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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

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1971-1975 

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ANNUAL 
of the 

(JOHNSTON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
North Carolina 

Containing 

Proceedings of the 

SIXTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION 

BLACKMAN'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 18, 1971 

and 

CLAYTON FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 19, 197 1 



The next Annual Session will be held 
FOUR OAKS BA PTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 16, 1972 

and 

WHITE OAK BA PTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 17, 1972 



'Dedicate*** 



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Rev. and Mrs. Raymond E. Moore 



It is with gratitude and devotion that we dedicate this, the Sixty -ninth Annual 
to Rev. and Mrs. Raymond E. Moore. 



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^ Table of Contents 

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Dedication 2 

Associational Directory 4 

Sunday School Officers 4 

Church Training Officers 4 

Brotherhood Officers 4 

Music Officers 4 

Library Officers 5 

Woman's "Missionary Union Officers 5 

Standing Committees 5 

Messengers 7 

Constitution 9 

Proceedings 12 

In Memoriam - Our Beloved Dead 41 

Ordained Ministers Not Serving as Pastors 43 

Assistant Pastors 43 

Ministers Licensed This Year 44 

Ministers Ordained This Year 44 

Historical Events of Special Interest 44 

Historical Table 46 

Calendar of Activities for 1971-1972 48 

Map of the Association 38-39 

Long Range Calendar 1972-1974 54 

Statistical Tables 55 

Church Directory 73 



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Associational Directory 



Moderator John Ryberg, Box 209, Smithfield 27577 

Vice -Moderator M.B. McLeod, Jr., Box 462, Smithfield 27577 

Clerk George Mast, Box 119, Smithfield 27577 

Treasurer S.T. Anderson, Jr., Box 745, Clayton 27520 

Historian A.L. Brown, Box 935, Smithfield 27577 

Superintendent of Missions R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 



ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



Director 

Teaching Improvement Director 
Vacation Bible School Director 

Preschool Director 

Children's Director 

Youth Director 

Adult Director 



. . . James Little, Box 182, Clayton 27520 

Rudolph Starling, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Donald K. Horn, Rt. 3, Box 295, Smithfield 

27577 

. . . . Mrs. Norwood Jones, Fine Level 27 568 

Mrs. Nell Taylor, Fine Level 27568 

Mrs. C.B. Wood, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
Glenwood Brown, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 



ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 



Director . „ D. Elvin Johnson, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Pastor Advisor Donald K. Horn, Rt. 3, Box 295, Smithfield 27577 

Adult Director Billy Wiggs, Smithfield 27577 

Youth Director Mrs. Edward Renfrow, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 

Children's Director Mrs. Dalma Stephenson, 504 S. Fifth, Smithfield 27577 

Preschool Director Mrs. Norwood Jones, Fine Level 27568 



ASSOCIATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 

Director C. Eugene Clayton, Fine Level, 27568 

Royal Ambassador Leader Nathan Peterson, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Mission Action Leader J.F. Daughtry, Princeton 27569 

Mission Study Leader W.A. Thorne, 505 W. Main, Clayton 27520 



ASSOCIATIONAL MUSIC OFFICERS 



Director Bolton Jones, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Director of Youth Music Mrs. Marylynn Forbes, Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Director of Children Music Mrs. Olive Cook, 206 Hillside Drive Smithfield 

27577 



ASSOCIATIONAL LIBRARY OFFICERS 



President Mrs. E.C. Reeves, Rt. 1, Box 405, Clayton 27520 

Vice-President Mrs. Billie Jean Simpson, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Secretary Miss Erin a Lee Woodard, Box 267, Princeton 27569 

Director of Printed Materials Mrs. E. Street Jones, Jr., Pine Level 27568 

Director of Audio-visual Aids Mrs. Ray Yarborough, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Program Chairman Mrs. R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 

Technical Process Consultant Mrs. Herman Vinson, Rt.4, Smithfield 27577 



ASSOCIATIONAL WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. L.R. Stanley, Jr., Box 609, Smithfiels 27577 

Associate Director Mrs. Hume Creech, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Women's Director Mrs. R.E.Moore, Boxl&4, Four Oaks 27524 

Baptist Young Women's Director 

Treasurer Mrs. F.E. Allen, Clayton 27520 

Acteens Director Mrs. Charles Strickland, 111 Holding, Smithfield 27577 

Girls in Action Director Mrs. Joe Evans, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. J.L. Thomas, 1016 First, Smithfield 27577 

Mission Activity Chairman Mrs. Cameron Mercer, 309 W. Home, Clayton 27520 

Mission Study Chairman Mrs. Jesse Ray Mansfield, Selma 27576 

Mission Prayer Chairman Mrs. Tom Stanley, Smithfield 27577 

GROUP LEADERS: 
Group Leaders : 

Group 1 - Mrs. A.D. Driver, Middlesex 27557 

Group 2 - Mrs. R.E. Earp, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Group 3 - Mrs. A.T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 

Group 4 - Mrs. Ashley Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Group 5 - Mrs. Dalmon Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Group 6 - Mrs. Mayo Tart, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 

Group 7 - Mrs. Leata Allen Barnes, 1129 W. Main, Clayton 27520 

Group 8 - Mrs. Sam Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mitchiner Loan Fund Committee: Miss Alberta Boyette, Princeton; Mrs. B.A. Hocutt, 
Clayton (Ex -officio) 

Nominating Committee: Mrs. Harold Peedin, Pine Level; Mrs. S.E. Powell, Princeton; 
Mrs. R.E. Earp, Selma. 

ASSOCIATIONAL COMMITTEES FOR 197 1 - 72 
Appointed by Moderator at First Church Clayton, October 19, 1971 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 

Mrs. William Barnes, Chairman, 211 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield (Smfd., First) 
Mrs. Doc R. Oliver, Pine Level (Pine Level) 



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Rev. Donald K. Horn, R-3, Box 295, Smithfield (Risgah) 
Rev. Wayne Martin, Box 446, Selma (Selma) 
Rev. Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton (Princeton) 

ORDER OF BUSINESS: 

Mr. George Mast, Chairman, 112 W. Riverside Dr., Smithfield, (Smfd., First) 

Rev. Shuford O. Edwins, Jr., R-l, Wendell (Baptist Tabernacle) 

Rev. Harold Mitchell, 204 W. Church St., Benson (Benson) 

Rev. Alfred Stanley, Middlesex (Middlesex) 

Rev. Robert Coats, Box 481, Smithfield (Sharon) 

(Pastors of Host Churches) 

COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE, PREACHER: 

Mr. Alton Johnson, Chairman, R-3, Raleigh (Pleasant Grove) 
Mr. D. Elvin Johnson, R-l, Smithfield (Pisgah) 
Rev. Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton ( Princeton) 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS: 

Rev. A. T. Ayscue, Chairman, Pine Level (Pine Level) 

Rev. William B. Stillerman, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield (Smfd., First) 

Rev. Robert Bridgeman, R-l, Princeton (Hephzibah) 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

Rev. Harold Mitchell, Chairman, Benson (Benson) 
Rev. William B. Stillerman, Smithfield (First Baptist) 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM: 

Rev. Ray Yarborough, Jr., R-2, Benson (Trinity) 
Mr. Alton Johnson, R-3, Raleigh (Pleasant Grove) 
Rev. Donald Horn, R-3, Box 295, Smithfield (Pisgah) 
Rev. A.T. Ayscue, Pine Level (Pine Level) 
Rev. John Pennington, Clayton, (First Clayton) 
Mr. Blake Thomas, R-2, Benson (Pisgah) 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

Rev. Patrick Forbes, Chairman, Box 35, Clayton (Clayton, First) 
Rev. A.D. Stephenson, R-3, Smithfield (Faith) 
Rev. Paul Morrow, R-l, Garner (Shiloh) 

Rev. Wayne Harper, 305 West Home, Clayton (Hocutt Memorial) 
Rev. Jim Privette, R-l, Box 214, Willow Springs (Pleasant Grove) 

REPORTER: 

Mrs. R.E. Moore, Four Oaks (Four Oaks) 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS: 

Rev. John Ryberg, Chairman, Box 209, Smithfield, (Smfd., First) 

Rev. A.T. Ayscue, Co-Chairman, Pine Level (Pine Level) 

Rev. Patrick Forbes, Box 35, Clayton (Clayton, First) 

Rev. Wayne Martin, Box 446, Selma (Selma) 

Rev. Robert Bridgeman, R-l, Princeton (Hephzibah) 



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Rev. E.C. Reeves, R-l, Clayton (Bethesda) 
Rev. A.L. Brown, Box 935, Smithfield (Sardis) 

Rev. Harold Mitchell, 204 W. Church, Benson (Benson) 

Rev. Robert White, R-l, Wendell (Clyde* s Chapel) 

Rev. Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton ( Princeton) 

REPRESENTA T1VES OF INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES: 

BAPTIST COLLEGES - Mr. E.S. Simpson, 716 Sunset Drive, Smithfield, (Smith - 

field, First) 

CHRISTIAN LITERATURE - Rev. Wayne Martin, Box 446, Selma (Selma) 
COOPERATIVE PROGRAM - Rev. George Knight, Kenly (Kenly) 
BAPTIST HOSPITAL - Dr. Woodrow Batten, 720 Sunset Drive, Smithfield), (Smith - 

field, First) 

N.C. BAPTIST HOMES - Rev. Robert White, R-l Wendell (Clyde's Chapel) 
N.C. BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME - Mr. A.G. Glenn, P.O. Box 1062, Smithfield, 

(Smithfield) 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY - Rev. N.R. Demchak, R-3, Smithfield (Crestwood) 
BAPTIST FOUNDATION - Rev. Robert Coates, Box 481, Smithfield (Sharon) 
ANNUITY BOARD - Rev. Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton (Princeton) 

MESSENGERS TO ASSOCIATION 
ANTIOCH - Gail Brown, Daisy Narron, J.R, McLeod 

BA PT1ST CENTER - Dick Lee, Lawrence Canady, Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Canady, Etta Mae 
Canady, Mary Chappell 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE - Mr. Barry Chamblee, Mrs. Barry Chamblee, Mrs. Phyllis Ed- 
wards, Mr. J. Ray Noweli, Mrs. J. Ray Nowell, Mrs. Vera Hocutt, Mrs. Odessa 
Batten, Mrs. Levie Cooke, Mrs. Nellie Chamblee 

BENSON - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thompson, Rev. and Mrs. Harold 
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. James Rose 

BENSON GROVE - Mr. Junius Barbour, Mrs. Junius Barbour, Mr. Victor Byrd, Mrs. 

Victor Byrd 
BETHANY - 

BETHESDA - Mrs. Lola Mae Lee, Mrs. Gertie Thomas, Mrs. Mary Puckett. Alternates: 

Marion Hobbs, Mrs. Marion Boone, Larry Harper 
BEULAH - Mr. and Mrs. Malah McLamb, Woodrow Ivey 

BLACKMAN'S GROVE - Mrs. Nogah Wood, Mrs. Herma Massengill, Mr. Charles V. 

Johnson, Mrs. Charles V. Johnson, Mr. W.D. Beasley, Mr. Lawrence Massengill 
BURNELL - Rev. and Mrs. James Tart, Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Lassiter, Mr. and Mrs. Bass 

Johnson 

CALVARY - E.B. Williams, Marie B. Denning, Annie G. Morgan 

CARTERS CHAPEL - Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Grady, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Lamm, Mrs. 
Bertha Mozingo 

CEDAR GROVE - Danny Howell, Roland Melancon, Henry Dail, Roney Mercer 
CLAYTON, FIRST - 

CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Robert C. White, Mrs. Nannie Painter, Mrs. Maggie Painter, Mr. 

Nevell Davis, Mr. Roderick Strickland, Mrs. Iva Strickland 
CORINTH - Mrs. S.K. Richardson, Mrs. Eugene Hinton, Mrs. Percy D. Strickland, Mrs. 

Dewitt Creech, Mrs. James Womble, Rev. James Womble 



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CRESTWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grice, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Whitley 
FAITH - 
FOUR OAKS - 

HALES CHAFEL - Mrs. Douglas Brown, Mrs. Roy Brown, Mrs. Raymond Parrish, Mr. 

Raymond Parrish, Alternates: Mrs. Jesse Driver, Mrs. J.A. Creech 
HEPHZ1BAH - Rev. Robert Bridgeman, Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Howell, Mr. and Mrs. 

Randall Daughtry, Alternates: Mr. and Mrs. William Whitfield, Mrs. Flossie Gurley, 

Mrs. Lauria Worley 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL - Wayne Harper, Herman Jones, Mae Knowles, Frances Hatcher, 

Alton E. Wood, Cameron Mercer, Roy Benson 
HOOD'S GROVE - Mr. Norman Jackson, Mrs. Joe Hudson, Mrs. Cleo Hood, Mrs. Lena 

Lee, Mrs. Genette Marler, Mrs. Norman Jackson 
KENLY - 

LEES CHAFEL - Mrs. A.D. Driver, Mr. A.D, Driver, Mrs. Fred Kelley 

LIVE OAK - Ronnie Batten, Chloe Scott 

LYLES MEMORIAL - Mrs. Muriel Heath, Rev. Buel Creason 

MICRO - Mr. Arthur Braswell, Mr. and Mrs. W. Arthur Boykin, Mr. and Mrs. Pervy 
Parrish 

MIDDLESEX - William B. Morris, Mrs. Cecil Corbett, Mrs. Nancy Lewis, Mrs. J.M. 

Davis, Alternates: Joe Overman, Miss Juanita Davis 
NEWTON GROVE - 

NOBLE'S CHAPEL - J.T. Boykin, Reuben Strickland, Irvin Morris, Gertrude Boyette, 

Pearie Glover, Mrs. S. Monroe Boykin 
OLIVER'S GROVE - Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Moore, Mrs. Johnie Price, Miss Lunie Tyner 
PARRISH MEMORIAL - Mr. Tony Medlin, Mr. Johnny Medlin, Mr. and Mrs. Bill 

Braswell, Mr. Arbie Bass, Mr. Luther Whitley 
PAULINE - Rev. Niles Compton, Hugh Allen, Julia Walker, Frank Walker 
PINE LEVEL - Mr. Clyde Mozingo, Mrs. Doc R. Oliver, Mrs. Benny Parker, Rev. A.T. 

Ayscue, Mr. Ben Parker, Mrs. Ernest Woodard 
P1NKNEY - Harvey Pittman, Clinnon Mitchell, Norwood Mitchell, Belmon Bailey 
PISGAH - Rev. Donald K. Horn, Mrs. Shirley Horn, D. Elvin Johnson, Walter C. Mor- 
gan, Mrs. Walter C. Morgan, Simon Lee, Mrs. Simon Lee, Alternate: C. B. Thomas 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mr. Hector Langdon, Mr. Alton Johnson, Mr. Leamon Wilkins, 

Alternates: Mr. Buster Johnson, Mr. Troy Buffkin, Mrs. Shirley Byrd 
PRINCETON - Mr. J.G. Brown, Mr. J. F. Daughtry, Mrs. Nora Williamson, Miss Alberta 

Boyette, Mrs. Leonard Britt, Mrs. Clitus Hinton, Rev. Horace Ricks, Mrs. Horace 

Ricks 

SARD1S - Junior Godwin, Inez Howell, Hannah Creech, Heloise Daughtry, Clara Tyner 
SELMA - Mr. George Sturgeon, Mrs. Glenn Hatcher, Mrs. Carlell Goff, Rev. D. Wayne 

Martin, Mrs. Hubert Allen 
SHARON - Rev. Robert Coats, Mrs. Agnes Stanley, Mr. M.B. MacLeod, Mr. Ed Renfrow, 

Mr. Henry Whitley, Alternate: Mrs. Lois Whitley 
SHILOH - Mr. B.A. Johnson, Mrs. Peggy Johnson, Mr. Amos Coats, Mrs. Christine 

Lancaster 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST - John Ryberg, George Mast, E. S. Simpson, Mrs. William Barnes, 
William B. Stillerman, Mrs. J. D. Evans, Mrs. J. L. Thomas, A. G. Glenn, Lloyd 
Gilbert, Miss Jane Parham 
SMITHFIELD, NORTH - Mr. Lloyd McLeod, Mr. Wilson Jones, Rev. H.M. Minshew 
STEVEN'S CHAPEL - Mrs. Faye Tyner, Mr. Durwood A. Daughtry, Mrs. Durwood A. 



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Daughtry, Mr. J.H. Hatcher, Mr. J.V. Wellons, Sr., Mr. Jerry Oliver, Mr. Ronnie 
Gower 

THANKSGIVING - Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Woodard, Mrs. Evelyn Lynch, Mr. Clyde Green 
TRINITY - Mrs. C.C. Barefoot, Mrs. Joseph Parrish, Mrs. O.H. Barefoot, Mr. Alton 
Lawhon 

WATKINS CHAFEL - Kenneth Wall, Barbara Wall, Mrs. Margie Godwin, Alternates: 

Mrs. Ruby Creech, Mrs. Dorothy Creech 
WHITE OAK - Mrs. Daphne Blinson, Mrs. Annie Ruth O'Neal, Mrs. Delma Flowers, 

Mr. J.T. Smith, Mrs. Zelma Castleberry, Mr. Glenn Moore, Mr. Hoyt Castleberry, 

Alternate: Mr. Jake Barnes 
WILSON'S MILLS - Mrs. W.E. Garner, Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Mrs. Ethel Lamm, Mr. 

Charlie Wood, Mr. Columbus Wood 

Constitution 

ARTICLE I. NAME 
The name of the association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, 
expansion, and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such im- 
mediately contiguous territory as may be properly includ ex] in the judgement of the as- 
sociation; to promote unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches; and to further 
the spirit of cooperation with the Baptist work in general as set forth by the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of messengers from the af- 
filiated churches. The number of messengers from each church shall be as follows: 
Four messengers for the first one hundred members or fraction thereof, and one addi- 
tional messenger for each additional hundred members or major fraction thereof. Such 
messengers shall be duly certified in the annual letters sent by the churches to the 
annual meeting of the association. The courtesies of the floor may be extended at the 
discretion of the body to representatives of our denominational interests, and also to 
ministers and members of other Christian organizations. 

ARTICLE IV. NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the Execu- 
tive Committee, new churches may come under the watchc are of the association until 
the next annual meeting of the association, at which time the new church may be voted 
into the membership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. Application for membership into the association shall be filed with the Asso- 
ciational Council six months prior to the annual meeting of the association. 

ARTICLE V. MEETINGS 
The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday in 

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October at such place as was decided at the preceding annual meeting. In case of 
emergency, the Executive Committee shall have authority to make changes in either 
time or place of meeting, as may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI. AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperative body for the purpose of fellowship, pro- 
motion, and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church 
with reference to its own government or internal policy. However, the association may 
upon invitation of the church send a committee to counsel with and advise that church. 

2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a 
written request. 

3. The association may withdraw fellowship from a church for a just cause upon 
recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval by the Executive Com- 
mittee and by a majority vote of the members of the association present and voting. 

ARTICLE VII. OFFICERS 

1. The general officers of the association shall be a Moderator, Vice- Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and a Historian, each elected to a one- year term at the annual 
meeting of the association, and a Superintendent of Missions who is not subject to 
annual election. 

2. The Moderator shall preside over sessions of the association and shall act as 
chairman of the Executive Committee. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the ab- 
sence of the Moderator. The Clerk shall record, print, and distribute the Annual of the 
body. The Treasurer shall receive and disburse all funds of the association subject to 
its order. The Historian shall record events of historical interest in the work of the as- 
sociation and shall promote the preservation of associational and church records. The 
Superintendent of Missions shall have general oversight of the work of the association 
and shall give his support to the officers and committees of the association, and shall 
be available to work and counsel with the churches of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The 
committee shall submit its report during a designated business period on the last day 
of the associational session, immediately followingthe report further nominations may 
be made from the floor. In event of further nomination for an office, nominations for 
that office shall be voted on individually. The newly elected officers of the association 
shall take office upon adjournment of the associational session. 

4. The heads of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the Nom- 
inating Committee each year. These shall be Associational Sunday School Director, 
Associational Church Training Director, Associational Woman's Missionary Union 
Director, Associational Brotherhood Director, Associational Music Director and Asso- 
ciational Director of Library Services. The department heads shall be elected by the 
Executive Committee in the June meeting. They shall then meet as a group, with the 
Nominating Committee to select their slates of officers who shall be elected at the 
September meeting of the Executive Committee. These officers shall assume office 
at the beginning of the associational year. The officers of these organizations shall 
constitute the Council of the respective organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII, COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual meeting of the association, the Moderator shall appoint the fol- 
lowing committees: Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Com- 



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mittee on Time, Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Committee on Reso- 
lutions; Evangelism Committee; Christian Life Committee; Church Library Committee; 
Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who upon invitation of the local 
church, may assist the church in examining candidates for the ministry in regard to 
personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and Baptist practice. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational pro- 
grams during the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. The de- 
nominational programs to be represented are as follows: Baptist Colleges, Christian 
Literature, the Cooperative Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist Hos- 
pital, Children's Homes, Homes for the Aging, and American Bible Society. The Mod- 
erator working with the Committee on Order of Business, shall have the privilege of 
designating other individuals for the promotions of specific causes as such need 
arises. 

ARTICLE IX. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1. The association shall have an Executive Committee which shall be charged with 
the responsibility for carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all 
work authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of 
the work of the Executive Committee shall be presented at the annual session of the 
association. 

2. The Executive Committee shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pas- 
tor (provided the latter is a member of the church he represents), and one lay member 
of each church elected for a one- year term from October 1 to September 30; the fol- 
lowing general officers of the association: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Historian; also the following department officers: Associational Sunday School 
Director, Associational Church Training Director, and Associational Woman's Mis- 
s ionary Union Director, Associational Brotherhood Director, Associational Music Direc- 
tor, and Associational Director of Library Services. 

3. The Executive Committee shall have the following officers: Chairman (who 
shall be the Moderator of the Association), Vice-Chairman (who shall be the Vice- 
Moderator of the Association), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the Associa- 
tion), Recording Secretary (who shall be the Clerk of the Association). 

4. The Executive Committee shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time 
and place it may designate, and such called meetings as the officers may deem 
neccessary for a stated purpose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all 
members. 

5. The Executive Committee shall have an Associational Council composed of 
the general officers and the heads of the departments of the association. The Mod- 
erator of the association shall serve as chairman of this committee and the Vice- 
Moderator shall serve as vice-chairman, and Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the 
Executive Committee, and in such called meetings as the Council officers may deem 
neccessary. It shall coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations 
to the Executive Committee about programs and promotion of the work of the associa- 
tion. 

7. The Executive Committee shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance 
Committee at its first regular meeting of the associational year, of which the Treasurer 
shall be a member. This committee shall survey the needs of the association as pre- 
sented by the organizations, and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval by 
the Executive Committee. The budget adopted by the Executive Committee shall be in- 
cluded among the recommendations of the committee to the association. The Budget 



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and Finance Committee shall also promote the effective operation of the current bud- 
get in cooperation with the associational Treasurer. 

8. The Executive Committee may name such other committees as it may deem 
wise for carrying on its work. 

ARTICLE X. AMENDMENT OR REVISION 

This Constitution may be amended or revised at any annual session of the associa- 
tion by a two- thirds (2/3) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the 
proposed amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the Executive 
Committee and approved by a two- thirds (2/3) majority of that committee present and 
voting; and provided that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on 
the first day of the annual meeting of the association, but shall not be voted on until 
the second day of the meeting. Any amendments or revision shall take effect immedi- 
ately upon adoption. 



By-Laws 



1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with Scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual 
reports shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year. 

3. The Executive Committee of the association is charged with the responsibility 
of having the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or 
accountant once each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: All departments and insti- 
tutions of the Baptist State Convention; the Librarians of the N.C. Baptist Colleges and 
the Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries; Secretary of Survey and Statistics. Baptist 
Sunday School Board., Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist Historical Society, and 
other organizations and societies which may desire and request them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be Roberts 
Rules of Order. 



Proceedings 



Monday Evening - October 18, 1971 



1. The sixty -ninth annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association assembled 
in Blackman's Grove Church on Monday evening, October 18, 1971, with moderator 
Rev. John Ryberp presiding. 

2. Blake Thomas led the congregation in singing "Majestic Sweetness Sits En- 
throned." 

3. Rev. Joe Fuckett, pastor of Blackman's Grove Church, was recognized and ex- 
tended the welcome from the host church. 

4. Mrs. William Barnes presented the program for the sixty -ninth annual session 
and moved adoption of the program for annual meeting of Association, subject to 
changing Joseph Stroud's position on the program to 4:30 on the 19th. 



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Program 



OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 



Moderator John Ryberg 

Vice Moderator M.B. McLeod 

Clerk George Mast 

Treasurer S.T. Anderson, Jr. 

Historian A.L. Brown 

Superintendent of Missions R.E. Moore 



MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1971 
BLACK MAN'S GROVE CHURCH 

730 Worship 

Hymn Led by Blake Thomas, Lee Ann Eldridge, 

and Mrs. Earl Johnson 

Welcome and Announcements Joe Puckett 

Adoption of Order of Business 

Scripture and Prayer A.L. Brown 

Annual Sermon Horace Ricks 

8:15 Hymn 

Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of Visitors and New Pastors 

Report on Christian Literature Jimmy Privette 

Report on Christian Life Patrick Forbes 

850 Music Clayton First Youth Choir 

Panel on Youth Work Patrick Forbes, Coordinator 

9:15 Benediction 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 19, 1971 
CLAYTON FIRST CHURCH 

3:00 Hymn Led by Musicians of Clayton First Church 

Scripture and Prayer James Womble 

3:10 Association Reports: 

Sunday School James Little 

Church Training ,.. D. Elvin Johnson 

Woman's Missionary Union Mrs. L.R. Stanley, Jr. 

Brotherhood C„ Eugene Clayton 

Music Mrs. Patrick Forbes 

Evangelism Ray Yarborough, Jr. 

Seminary Extension Harold Mitchell 

Library Services Mrs. E. Street Jones, Jr. 

Historian A.L. Brown 

Superintendent of Missions R.E. Moore 



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3:50 Hymn 

Reports of State Convention Agencies: 

N.C. Baptist Hospital Lloyd Gilbert 

N.C. Baptist Homes, Inc Robert Coats 

N.C. Baptist Children's Homes A.G. Glenn 

N.C. Baptist Foundation S.T. Anderson, Jr. 

Annuity Board, S.B.C Fletcher Ford 

Cooprative Program Wayne Harper 

4:30 Miscellaneous Reports: 

Executive Committee George Mast 

Digest of Church Letters George Mast 

Treasurer S.T. Anderson, Jr. 

Budget & Finance Committee Harold Mitchell 

American Bible Society Donald Horn 

5:00 Memorials Mrs. Doc R. Oliver 

Message Joseph Stroud, 

Representative of N.C. Baptist State Convention 

5:40 Miscellaneous Business and Announcements 

Time, Place and Preacher Robert White 

Nomination and Election of Officers D. Elvin Johnson 

Committee Appointments Moderator 

6:00 Benediction and Blessing Patrick Forbes 

6:15 Evening Meal 



TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1971 
CLAYTON FIRST CHURCH 

7:15 Song Service Clayton Musicans Leading 

Scripture and Prayer „ George Knight 

Resolutions Committee Mrs. Bill Stillerman 

Report on Colleges E.S. Simpson 

Miscellaneous Business and Announcements 

8:00 Hymn 

Music Smithfield First Bell Choir, Mrs. Woodrow Batten 

Message "What Hope For the Church" Olin T. Binkley 

President, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary 
8:45 Benediction and Adjournment Buell Creason 

5. Blake Thomas led the congregation in singing, "Jesus Shall Sing." 

6. Scripture reading was presented by the Rev, A.L. Brown, John 8: 1-12, and then 
he led the opening prayer. 

7. The Rev. Horace Ricks presented the annual sermon. The theme was "How God 
deals with Humanity." His message dealt with the need for the Christian church to 
feel for humanity and show compassion, and that as individuals we must examine our 
ideals and goals of life. That people are important and that broken people and com- 
munities matter and they have great need for the healing power of God's love. 

8. Blake Thomas led in the hymn, "Trusting Jesus." 

9. Mr. Bill Morris, Middlesex Baptist Church, spoke concerning the proposed a- 
mendments to Article IV of the State Constitution, which was to be considered at 
the North Carolina State Baptist Convention. 

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10. The Rev. Raymond Moore recognized the new pastors as follows: Baptist Center, 
Harold White; Bethesda, T. Edward Creech; Clayton, First, Jack Ffendleton, Associate 
Pastor; Four Oaks, Jack Casey; Selma, Billy Stevens, Minister to Youth; Steven's 
Chapel, C.A. Clayton; Thanksgiving, Mike Moore; White Oak, Fletcher Ford. 

11. 1971 REPORT OF THE BIBLICAL RECORDER, Mrs. Ma rse Grant brought greetings 
from the Biblical Recorder and their staff. M^s. Grant further stressed the cost of publi- 
cation and mailing. Further, she commented concerning the increased circulation of 
the Recorder of approximately five thousand over the last year. Mrs. Grant further 
stated that the Recorder tried to report truth with accuracy in making an instrument of 
unity. 

1971 REPORT OF THE BIBLICAL RECORDER 

At a time when some religious publications are losing circulation, it is good to re- 
port that the BIBLICAL RECORDER has passed 93,000 - the highest circulation in its 
138 -year history. This circulation is a tribute to the Baptists of North Carolina who 
support the paper so faithfully. 

Even though inflation continues to create problems, you can receive the RECORDER 
under the Church Budget Plan for the same price it was in 1960 - only $2.00 a year. 
It is not known how long this reasonable price can be made available and that is all 
the more reason churches should enlist immediately. 

The RECORDER likes to report all the good news it can about Baptists. The paper is 
proud to be the instrument that communicates to the world what our denomination is 
doing. When evil needs to be exposed, however, the RECORDER does not shun it. This 
was evidenced again in the legislature this year as the liquor forces managed only 
small gains. And these may turn out to be unconstitutional. We are referring to the 
local option liquor by the drink elections in Moore and Mecklenburg Counties. The RE- 
CORDER stresses Christian citizenship. Perhaps this is one reason the paper continues 
to reach more and more people - it stands for something. 

The RECORDER appreciates every reader and supporter. The cost is reasonable. You 
can receive the RECORDER under the Church Budget Plan for only 40 a week - half the 
cost of mailing a letter. There is no more economical way to have an informed mem- 
bership than by sending the RECORDER to every family. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. Marse Grant, Editor 
BIBLICAL RECORDER 

12. Mr. Buffkin reported briefly concerning the Christian literature. Mr. Buffkin 
stated that we have 800 different writers, coming from different walks of life, and that 
their objective is to prepare literature that anyone can use, but speak to the people in 
a reverent, meaningful mariner. 

PREPARATION OF BIBLE STUDY MATERIALS 

Each year the Sunday School Department uses approximately 300 different writers in 
the preparation of Sunday School periodicals, Vacation Bible School materials, church 
study course books, and other Bible teaching resources. These writers are drawn from 



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the ranks of Southern Baptists. They are selected on the basis of experience, scholar- 
ship, and demonstrated loyalty to biblical ideals as enunciated in the "Baptist Faith 
and Message." They are seminary and college professors, pastors, church staff mem- 
bers, and laymen and women drawn from many vocations. Every reasonable effort is 
made to enlist writers whose commitment to Christ and fidelity to the Scriptures as 
the authoritative revelation of God are unquestioned. 

The academic, vocational, and spiritual preparation that writers bring to their as- 
signments is important. Equally important is their commitment to enter into the long 
and difficult process of writing and rewriting to provide resources that meet the high 
standards required by Southern Baptist churches. 

Writing assignments are carefully planned and evaluated. All manuscripts are eval- 
uated on the basis of carefully defined standards which are summarized in the follow- 
ing statements : 

1. Materials must faithfully present the message of the Bible. 

2. They must be doctrinally sound and loyal to Southern Baptist denominational 
viewpoints. 

3. Their suggestions for teaching and administration must be educationally sound, 
including their proper relation to the age group for which they are prepared. 

4. The helps provided must be of such a character that they can be effectively 
used by the average worker in a Southern Baptist church. 

5. They should bring the eternal message of God and his word into proper focus 
upon the persistent life needs and problems of the age group for which they are pre- 
pared. 

6. They should be aimed at bringing persons into the most vital, profitable re- 
lationship to God in Christ and helping them to grow toward the measure of the stature 
of the fulness of Christ. 

7. They should be well written from a literary standpoint and be attractive in for- 
mat and appearance. 

Certain guidelines help editors and writers to achieve these ideals: 

1. The Scriptures are to be approached reverently as the uniquely inspired, fully 
authoritative word of God. 

2. Passages of Scripture and doctrines which are difficult to interpret and/or which 
are reasonable subject to different interpretations shall be dealt with so as to allow 
the reader maximum freedom in making a different interpretation and reaching a dif- 
ferent conclusion as to relevance for his own life. 

3. Within the limits set by the characteristics of the several curriculum series, 
Bible teaching helps are to be provided which meet the needs of all Southern Baptist 
churches. 

May 28, 1970 

13. The report of the Christian Life Committee was submitted by Patrick N. Forbes, 
Chairman. 

REPORT OF CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

"The Christian Life Commission's emphasis on applied Christianity is finding good 
acceptance among Southern Baptists. In the association state conventions, and various 
Southern Baptist Convention agencies, there is a growing commitment to Christian 



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action. The response of local churches has been especially encouraging. 

During the past year, numerous articles and stories on applied Christianity were 
channeled by the Commission through practically all of the state Baptist papers, 
Southern Baptist Convention agency publications, and other mass media outlets. The 
Commission's literature program has been substantially strengthened by ten new 
ISSUES AND ANSWERS pamphlets covering the subjects of aging, capital punishment, 
consumer credit, generation gap, open housing, pollution, population explosion, revo- 
lution, sex education, and taxation. The Commission now has some 70 tracts in print 
and available for helping churches emphasize the practical dimensions of the Chris- 
tian faith. A complete and illustrated order form is available upon request. 

The Christian Life Commission's conference program has developed especially 
well during the past year. The largest national seminar ever sponsored by the Com- 
mission was held in New York in March on 'National Priorities and Christian Respon- 
sibility' with more than 400 in attendance. Three of the addresses from the confer- 
ence were carried nationally on the National Broadcasting Company's 'Faith in Ac- 
tion' program. All the addresses have been printed in booklet form and are available 
from the Commission for $2.50 as a study resource. Four regional conferences sched- 
uled for 1971 have proven to be a new and helpful way of getting the Commission's 
emphasis on applied Christianity out to a wider audience than ever before, 
terials on the pressing moral issues of our times has been utilized this year. Three 
carefully researched resource papers on pollution, urban crisis, and drugs have been 
printed and inserted in HOME MISSIONS magazine, and others are projected for the 
future. 

In response to the need for guidance in Christian sex education, the staff of the 
Christian Life Commission has worked with the Church Training Department of the 
Baptist Sunday School Board to prepare CHRISTIAN SEX EDUCATION: A RESOURCE 
PACKET. This material, available in the Baptist Book Stores, can be used by pastors 
and church leaders in developing responsible teaching about sexuality in the home and 
the church. The packet contains a basic booklet with a theology of sexuality plus a 
variety of reprints, pamphlets, and bibliographies to be used in Christian sex educa- 
tion. 

The Christian Life Commission has also focused on drug education by developing 
for the Seminary Extension Department an Independent Reading Program for pastors 
entitled PROBLEMS PASTORS FACE: HELPING PEOPLE WITH DRUG PROBLEMS. This 
program is designed to give pastors basic factual information about drugs plus a 
Christian critique of drug abuse. It also suggests resources for helping people who 
have drug problems. 

The Christian Life Commission's objective is to help develop the kind of Chris- 
tian morality, both private and public, which undergirds the total Southern Baptist 
witness for Jesus Christ. God is calling Southern Baptists to act responsibly in all 
phases of life, permeating the community as the salt of the earth and the light of the 
world. In response to this calling from God, the Christian Life Commission is ded- 
icated to emphasizing the application of the Christian faith in the world." 

In the coming year we are in hopes of following through on the associational 
level by implementing many of the ideas, materials and programs already set in 
motion by the Christian Life Commission of the Convention. Pray with us toward 
this end - and covenant with use to become personally involved in ministering to the 
needs of God's children. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Patrick N. Forbes, Chairman 



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14. The Clayton Youth Choir presented selections of music under the direction of 
Mrs. Patrick Forbes from "Tell It Like It Is." 

15. Panel of Young People on Youth Work presented a program. Panel members were: 
Jane Parham, William Stillerman, Beth MacLeod, Chuck Morgan, Robert Coats, Pat 
Forbes, James Pennington. 

Robert Coats and Beth MacLeod discussed the Youth Corp in the Sharon Church. 

William Stillerman discussed the program for youth in the First Baptist Church in 
Smithfield, stating that the objective was not program, but to nurture them in Chris- 
tian love, and that the church was trying to relate to the young people and let them 
know that we really care for them so they will respond to it in a creative way. Special 
projects in the First Baptist Church are, (1) Drama, (2) Beach Retreats. Jane Parham 
responded by commenting concerning the discussions had at the beach retreats, the 
church breakfasts, hayrides and other special events which encourage the youth in the 
church. 

Jack Pennington, from the First Church, Clayton, discussed a special building which 
the young people had renovated, and that Wednesday night services were helpful to the 
young people, including Christian doctrine and Christian ministry. Chuck Morgan re- 
sponded concerning what this had meant to the youth of Clayton. 

16. The benediction was given by the Rev. Joe Puckett. 

17. John Ryberg, Moderator, presided over the Tuedsay, October 19, 1971, session of 
the sixty -ninth annual Johnston Baptist Associational meeting. 

18. The Rev. R.E. Moore led the congregation in singing, "Amazing Grace." 

19. Scripture reading was presented by the Rev. James Womble, John 11:14-29, 
and led the opening prayer. 

20. The Church Training Report was submitted by D. Elvin Johnson, Chairman. 

CHURCH TRAINING REPORT 

We have churches that report a Church Training program, with an enrollment 

of . 

We began this year's activities with a Leadership Conference on September 15, 1970 
held at the First Baptist Church of Smithfield, led by the Rev. W.F. Gentry, Director 
of Church Training in the Little River Association, and our Associational Leaders, with 
17 people attending. Our next activity was our "M Night" program at Pisgah, with 302 
attending from 15 churches. Our guest speaker was Maurice Cooper, a staff worker 
from our State Church Training Department in Raleigh. Special music was rendered by 
a group from Campbell College. We then had a follow-up Leadership Conference led 
by staff workers from the State Church Training Department. This was held in January 
with 24 attending. 

We observed Youth Night, March 20 at Faith Church in Selma, with an overflow 
audience of between 350 and 400 youth and youth workers. Mrs. Becky Renfrow, our 
Youth Leader for the association was responsible for the tremendous success of this 
program. She had special music by the Sharon Youth Choir and the Little River associa- 
tion Youth Choir. Special guest for the program was Rick Traylor, Youth Director of our 
State Church Training department. She also had as guest, Richard Sparkman, a senior 
at Mars Hill College. These two presented a very meaningful program that was enjoyed 
and appreciated by our Youth. Faith and the co -host churches provided ushers, food and 
a warm welcome that made all attending feel .very welcome. The program climaxed 



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with fun and fellowship and a guitar sing. 

We scheduled and prepared for our Tournament of the Scripture Exploring Drill to 
be held at Pisgah, but no one entered the Tournament. 

We finished the year's activities with a Leadership Conference, to prepare for the 
coming year, at First Baptist Church of Smithfield, led by our associational leaders 
Billy Wiggs, Adult Leader; Mrs. Becky Renfrow, Youth Leader? Mrs. Mary W. Stephen- 
son, Children's Leader, Donald Horn, Advisor and D. Elvin Johnson, Director. We had 
27 attending this conference. 

Respectfully submitted, 

D. Elvin Johnson, Ch. Tr. Director 

21. The Sunday School Report was presented by James Little, Director. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

During the past year your Sunday School Officers have held one general clinic for 
all Sunday School Workers, and a VBS clinic for workers with Vacation Bible School in 
the Association. 

Our main emphasis for the year 1970-1971 was on the Shaping the 70's program, 
and especially on organization and curriculum. 

For the year 1971-1972 the principal emphasis will be on reaching people for Bible 
Study, and improved Bible teaching. The People to People Program is a plan of action 
for reaching more people for Bible Study and is a valuable help for carrying out this 
part of the Sunday School responsibility. But reaching people is only one step in Bible 
teaching. Teaching the Bible is a necessary part of strengthening christian lives and 
winning persons to Christ. Bible teaching can be improved through a regular program 
of Bible Teaching Improvement in group study or individual study. 

During the next few months we plan of offer a Vacation Bible School Clinic for 
workers with vacation Bible Schools, and a workshop for all Sunday School Workers. 
In addition we plan to hold a Real Life Conference to offer help for Sunday School 
Workers in reaching and teaching people. 

Your Sunday School officers are elected to serve you, and are trained to help in 
many ways. If we can be of assistance to any church, please call on us. 

James Little, Director 

22. The Annual Report of the W.M.U. was given by Mrs. L. R. Stanley, Jr. 

ANNUAL REPORT OF W. M, U. DIRECTOR 

The year of '70-' 71 in W.M.U. has been one of continuing change, trying to plan 
for the needs of our modern church communities while the ground work has been done 
by our past directors it has been a busy year of great change; not in our purpose but 
in our approach. 

A new program introduced by our Mission Friends director; Mrs. J.L. Thomas 
called "Mission Friends Activity Day" was held at Blackmon's Grove. It was well 
planned and attended by "Mission Friends." 

Our hearts were glad when Wilson Mills Baptist Church under the direction of 
group leader Mrs. Sam Narron, prepared for our girls -in -action Day. The day was cold 



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and wet but the spirit was high as over 200 girls- in- action spent a day of activities 
in the Wilson Mills gym which was made available due to the weather. Mrs. J.D. 
Evans had planned for every minute to be used to advantage. 

Our Acteens were thrilled and proved it by over flowing Hephzibah Church for their 
annual meeting. Mrs. Charles Strickland had Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Straughn to use their 
chalk talk and they portrayed a museum of history for these young girls using women 
of the Bible and comparing them with the church women of today. Mrs. Ayscue of Pine 
Level handled the arrangements. 

Another first in 1971 was a Annual Baptist Young Women's Meeting a dinner meet- 
ing held at Shiloh - 51 persons attended and heard Mrs. George Bunn issue a great 
challenge to our young women. Mrs. Mayo Tart, group leader organized the dinner. 

The most unusual thing about the above programs is not the well prepared pro- 
grams but neither of the above churches had any of the age level groups, they pre- 
pared for in their respective churches. 1 feel great interest has been shown since these 
meetings. 

April was the month for our Annual Meeting and Sharon Baptist Church under the 
direction of Mrs. Ashley Harper, group leader, welcomes the group with open arms. 
Iheir out stretched arms were full to overflowing with people and everyone was thrill- 
ed to honor Mrs. B.L. Hocutt of Clayton as the Honorary Director of the Association. 
Hearts were lifted as the young folk of Sharon with their "Pass it on Challenge" by 
going into the audience and passing on the handshake of love. None the less were 
we impressed when Sharon Stanley and Dennis Cavanaugh did the call to prayer stat- 
ing that they were teenagers in Smithfield and had the same problems as teenagers 
the world over. Rev. Bob Coats assisted these young folk. For the night session the 
Adult Choir of Sharon set the Background for a Memorial Service and then Mrs. J.H. 
Wiggs introduced her son Charles and Bonnie Wiggs of Korea who gave us interesting 
facts concerning our hospital there. 

Our age level directors attended the State Workshop at Mundo Vista and two attend- 
ed Ridgecrest. 

Ten members of Executive Committee attended State Meeting in Fayetteville. 
The Annual Leadership Conference was held in September to purpose leaders for 
1971-1972 work. 

This has been a busy year but 1 hope it will bear much fruit. Every activity was 
planned with this in our minds. 

With the prayers and concerns of our people the Executive Committee will serve 
its second year as set up in our By-Laws. 

Pray with us that our efforts will not be in vain. 

Mrs. L.R. Stanley, Jr. 
23. A report on Church Music was submitted by Mrs. Patrick Forbes. 

REPORT OF CHURCH MUSIC 

The associational music program in the Johnston Baptist Association has been 
limited in its activity this year due to the moving of some of our music officers from 
the association. 

We had an associational music leadership clinic at the beginning of the church 



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year led by Mr. Charles Gatwood from the music department of the N.C. Baptist Con- 
vention. In his meeting with the music directors and leaders in our various churches, 
Mr. Garwood urged us to become more involved in the associational music ministry. 
We discussed some music programs in other associations and some constructive 
ideas for Johnston Association to encourage music ministry and participation in all 
of our local churches. 

We have excellent music literature and leadership materials available on our 
church literature order blank each quarter. THE MUSIC LEADER is for church leaders 
of boys and girls ages four through eleven. Contents include guidance materials, 
training aids, and enrichment for leaders of Preschoolers. It relates directly to the 
quarterly magazines - MUSIC MAKERS and YOUNG MUSICIANS. 

For youth choirs, we have two magazines and respective records available. OPUS 
I is for the younger youth for use in their church and home. OPUS II is for older youth. 
For adult choirs we have two magazines -CHORAL TONES and CHORAL OVERTONES. 
Records are available with the music also. 

The CHURCH MUSICIAN is a magazine available for leadership with adult and 
youth choirs. 

We hope to have an active associational music program this year, and our associa- 
tional music officers will be glad tohelpour local churches in this association in any 
way we can to grow in music ministry and participation and in organization of graded 
choir programs. 

Mr. Bolton Jones, Smithfield, Route 1, has agreed to serve as our Director of Music 
for the new year. Mrs. Patrick Forbes of Clayton and Mrs. Oliver H. Cooke will be 
associates in youth and children's music work respectively. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Patrick Forbes 

24. Ray Yarborough, Jr. presented the report on Evangelism. 

REPORT ON EVANGELISM 

All Christians need to thank God for the renewed interest among youth in evange- 
lism. This was evident during the Youth Evangelism Night this past February 2nd 
when almost 20,000 youth and adults overflowed the Greensboro Coliseum and War 
Memorial Auditorium. 1,519 decisions were made by these youth. Also, many youth 
in our churches are involved in witnessing for Christ in a unique way. Let us pray 
that the youth in our association might come alive in Christ and spread their witness 
for Christ in such a way that renewal in the churches might become a reality. 

We thank God for the conference held this past April 5th when Dr. John Eddins, 
professor of theology, challenged the very small group to get involved in personal 
evangelism in their local community. (Dr. Eddins is professor at Southeastern Semi- 
nary in Wake Forest, N.C.) 

The Division of Evangelism in cooperation with our Brotherhood Department and 
the N.C. United Methodist Conference will sponsor a regional Evangelism Conference 
for Baptist and Methodist Men, October 18, 19 and 21, 22, 1971 across the state. Lay 
evangelism will be the emphasis of these evening meetings. Dr. Ben Johnson of At- 
lanta, who has assisted Dr. Billy Graham and Dr. Ken Chafin in several conferences, 



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and Dr. Ralph Neighbor of Houston, Texas will be main speakers. Rev. Bob Gibbons 
will be the final guest soloist. Laymen will preside, share personal testimonies and 
have Scripture and prayer. The meeting for our area will be held at the First Baptist 
Church, Durham, N.C. October 21, 1971 at 7:30 P.M. 

The 26th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be February 7-9, 1972 at the Cum- 
berland County Memorial Auditorium in Fayetteville. 

The next Statewide Youth Evangelism Night will be on Friday evening, August 18, 
1972 at Greensboro Coliseum. The evangelism committee will be turning its time and 
energy toward youth evangelism in the association and in the local church. We urge 
every community in Johnston County to have some evangelistic effort in which youth 
will be led to share their faith in creative and unique ways. 

Remember to pray earnestly for the non -Christians in North Carolina and around 
our world that through our efforts together the Holy Spirit may lead many persons to 
commit their lives to Jesus Christ. 

Submitted by, 

Ray Yar bo rough, Jr. 

25. Floyd Daughtry, Princeton, reported on the Brotherhood, and requested that new 
interest be promoted in Brotherhood. 

26. A report on the N. C. Baptist Hospital was submitted by Lloyd Gilbert, represent- 
ative. 

REPORT ON N. C, BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

Your Baptist Hospital admitted 17,557 persons in 1970 for a total of 150,174 days 
of care. In addition, there were 51,563 visits to outpatient clinics, including 17,241 
to the Emergency Room. About 90% of those were ••referral" patients - that is, pa- 
tients who were referred to our Hospital by their local physicians because they needed 
the specialized medical care our Baptist Hospital is staffed and equipped to offer. 

Our Hospital, from the day of its beginning, has provided good medical care for our 
people, including care for persons who cannot pay the cost. There has been great pro- 
gress in medicine and tremendous increases in hospital costs, and these have made 
some policy changes necessary. The basic policy of providing care - now highly 
specialized care for the more difficulty cases - for those who cannot pay has not 
changed. This Christian ministry is at the heart of the work of our Baptist Hospital. 

The financial situation of the Hospital is viewed by the administration with • 'ca- 
rious optimism." The operating deficit has been reduced and expenditures are being 
kept more nearly in line with income. The entire staff is cooperating in an effort to 
maintain a proper balance between sound financial policies and a spirit of Christian 
Compassion. 

The Medical Center Development Program is progressing on schedule. The new 
patient Tower is expected to be ready for partial occupancy by late 1972. The 14 bed 
coronary care unit will be open about Sept., 1971. A statewide Development Campaign, 
initiated with pledges totaling $177,182 from employees of the Medical Center, is 
moving toward successful completion. 

Baptist Hospital also offers a ministry ofhealingin Christ's name to all who need 
it. It seeks to fulfill the same purpose in North Carolina that Baptist Hospital operated 



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by our Foreign Mission Board seeks to fulfill in Korea or Nigeria. It ought to be sup- 
ported by missionary -minded Baptists with the same enthusiasm and for the same 
reason we support every other phase of our denomination's World Mission Program. 
This is missions too. (Through Sept. 30, 40 churches had given $3,680.) 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lloyd Gilbert, representative 

L.L. McGee, Director of the Department of Clinical Pastoral Education at Baptist 
Hospital, Winston -Salem, North Carolina spoke briefly. He commented concerning 
what we were living for. He stated that he was here to give thanks for what N.C. 
Baptists were doing through Baptist Hospital, a specialized hospital for citizens of 
North Carolina. 

Mr. McGee further commented concerning the pastoral clinic education, which is 
available at Baptist Hospital. 

27. The Rev. Robert Coats reported briefly concerning North Carolina Baptist 
Homes, Inc. 

197 1 REPORT TO THE ASSOCIATIONS ON 
NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING 

Our North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging celebrated their 20th anniversary in 
March of this year. During these two decades, the story of our Homes has been one of 
faith and the abundant blessings of God upon this special ministry to older people. God 
has brought us from one Home, and one resident in 1951, to five Homes and a Nursing 
Care Unit, with total accommodations for 160 residents and 76 patients. Two of these 
Homes, Resthaven and the Hayes Home, and the Nursing Care Unit are located in 
Winston-Salem, and the other three Homes are located in Albemarle, Hamilton, and 
Yanceyville. In these Homes, our residents are loved, and we feel that there is no 
greater security that they could have and no better care that they could receive. 

The past year has been one of the best ever, and we are rejoicing in the blessings 
that have come from God through our Baptist people. Support for the Homes from the 
churches, through the Cooperative Program and the Special Day Offering, has been most 
encouraging. For the last three years, the Homes have had an alarming deficit and have 
operated in the red. We have not yet reached the point of operating in the black, but let 
us say, with hopeful optimism, that we are approaching this time. The deepened con- 
cern of our Baptist People and the increase in gifts have been strong contributing fac- 
tors to the success of the past year. 

At least 80% of the people who live in our Baptist Homes are financially needy 
persons and benefit directly from the love gifts of North Carolina Baptists. They 
simply could not be maintained, and the Homes could not be operated without the 
Special Offering, designated gifts from the churches, and the Cooperative Program. 
We would urge our Baptist people, therefore, to remember how dependent these dear 
older people are on them and would challenge them to give more liberally than ever 
and to see that their gifts are a real life-line in the on -going of this ministry. 



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Of unusual interest during the past year has been the construction of the new addi- 
tion to the Nursing Care Unit in Winston -Salem. It is anticipated that this new facil- 
ity will be ready for occupancy by September 1. It will make available 20 additional 
beds and bring the total capacity of the Nursing Care Unit to 76. This addition was 
made possible by the generous challenge gift of $80,000.00 from Judge and Mrs. 
William York, of Greensboro. The trustees accepted the challenge and raised an addi- 
tional $80,000.00. 

Pray for your Baptist Homes for the Aging and remember that any ministry to an 
older person in the name of Christ is a direct ministry to Him. 

28. Report of BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA was respectfully 
submitted by Mr. A.G. Glenn, Representative. 

REPORT ON BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES 
OF NORTH CAROLINA 

The child care and family service ministry of North Carolina Baptists has undergone 
many new and thrilling experiences during the past year. Since the association last 
met, our program of services has been strengthened in various ways. 

The desire for a home to serve Western North Carolina has become a reality. The 
first two cottages of the Broyhill Home campus near Waynesville have been completed, 
providing for twenty -five additional children in group care. Also during the past year, 
a maternity home has been opened in Ashville. 

The Ten Star Builders Program, designed to inform Baptists and other friends of the 
Children's Homes in Eastern North Carolina of the services we are rendering to chil- 
dren and their families, was launched last Fall. The initial response has been en- 
couraging. Funds are being raised in Lenoir County for the W.C. Reed Memorial Gym- 
nasium and plans are to have the dedication of this building on Sunday, November 7, 
1971 at 3:00 p.m. 

Foster Homes in eastern North Carolina now number sixteen, with spaces for 
twenty -five children. Five years ago we had only one foster home in the eastern area. 
This is encouraging growth. Additional foster homes are needed. This affords oppor- 
tunity for a meaningful and rewarding ministry for children and foster parents alike. 

The purpose of the Children's Homes is to provide children loving care in the spirit 
of Christ. The pursuit of this basic goal has led the Homes to develop a variety of ser- 
vices, all family centered. Some children need resident care. For those, we have group 
homes and foster homes. Some families can remain together with outside help and for 
these we have family services in the form of counseling or financial assistance. For 
the unmarried girl who is pregnant, we offer maternity care. For the graduate in our 
care, we assist in higher education. For churches involved in day care, nursery school 
education and kindergarten, we provide a demonstration program and consultation ser- 
vice. We welcome individual inquiries regarding any of these services as the need may 
arise. 

Our services are made available through strategically located facilities through- 
out North Carolina; in the East at Kinston, Pembroke, Fayetteville and Raleigh; in the 
Piedmont at Chapel Hill, Thomasville and Charlotte; in the West at Ashville and 
Waynesville. 



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Trustees, staff members and children of the Baptist Children's Homes are grate- 
ful for the harmonious relationship we share with North Carolina Baptists. The church- 
es have expressed their confidence and support through increased Cooperative Pro- 
gram gifts and a 1970 Thanksgiving Offering of $380,000. Individuals continue to give 
generously and to become involved in our varied ministries. We accept their support 
as an investment in all that we arc doing and we pledge ourselves to translate your 
investment into quality child care. 

Respectfully submitted, 
A.G. Glenn, representative 

Russell Simmons, Kennedy Home, spoke briefly concerning Baptist Children's 
Homes and Kennedy Home. Mr. Simmons spoke concerning the great service being 
rendered to the homeless youth of North Carolina, by the N.C. Baptist Children's 
Homes and asked that they be remembered in the November offering. 

29. REPORT OF THE BAPTIST FOUNDATION was respectfully submitted by S.T. 
Anderson, Jr. 

REPORT OF THE BAPTIST FOUNDATION 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Incorporated was begun in November, 1920. 
caused by the planning of the Baptist State Convention and it is a charitable corpor- 
ation, thus assuring certain tax savings. 

The purposes of the found alion are to promote the making of gifts by deed, wills, 
and in other ways for the causes and objects fostered by the members of the Mission- 
ary Baptist denomination in North Carolina, and to provide a way of securing greater 
uniformity, purposes, powers, and duties in the administration of gifts so made. The 
Foundation is a focal point of a service organization of the Baptist State Convention 
and its work consists of encouraging people to make gifts to Baptist institutions, ob- 
jects and causes, and to give assurance to the givers and the Baptist institutions that 
the gifts will have proper economical handling. Any person who becomes interested 
in any of the more than twenty institutions and agencies, whether Baptist or non- 
Baptist, may make a gift, and in so doing, render services to God. 

Mr. Gordon Maddrey, Executive Secretary of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation, 
Inc., reports that the Foundation has grown in a marvelous way during the decade and 
it has more than $1,100,000 of assets. He travels all over the state and he will be 
very glad to get inquiries and be very happy to visit with individuals or groups to dis- 
cuss the Foundation and to answer questions and to make suggestions regarding gifts. 

A gift to the Foundation means that it will be handled as you instruct, whether it 
be a specific grant or distribution of income from a grant to designated causes of the 
Missionary Baptist Demonination. The gift may be cash, proceeds of life insurance, 
stocks, bonds, houses and lots, farms, woodlands, and any and every other kind of 
property, whether real or personal. 

A study of the records of the Baptist Foundation will reveal that the Baptist State 
Convention Program in this area of operations is moving along in a most successful 



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way. There is much evidence that much good is being done with gifts received. 
A gift to the Foundation means that the Lord's work will be carried on. 

Respectfully submitted, 
S.T. Anderson, Jr. 

30. REPORT ON THE ANNUITY BOARD OF THE SOUTHERN BA PTIST CONVENTION 
was respectfully submitted by the Rev. Fletcher Ford. 

REPORT ON THE ANNUITY BOARD OF THE S. B. C. 

As prices of goods increased and the value of the dollar decreased in 1971, a 
large number of Baptist Pastors, church staff members and denominational employees 
moved to provide greater protection in the years ahead for themselves and their fam - 
ilies. Most of these did so by increasing their Southern Baptist Protection Program 
Participation to at least ten per cent of total salary. 

While members upgraded, the Annuity Board was introducing "Good Experience 
Credit." This gives Protection Program members benefits over and above the amounts 
set forth in their certificates. 

Increased benefits are made possible by interest earnings in excess of the Pro- 
tection Program's initial assumptions. Since January 1, 1970, active members re- 
ceived "Good Experience Credit" in the form of increases in retirement credits 
accrued. 

Retired persons also got "Good Experience Credit." Persons receiving benefits 
other than education, variable or fixed are getting four percent more income each 
month. 

Each retired person, or widow, also received a "13th check" for 1970 amounting 
to 8.33 percent of his annual benefit. It was the fifth consecutive year the "13th 
check" had been given and amounted to $424,594. 

In its 53 year history, the Annuity Board has paid benefits amounting' to $82.1 
million; $8.4 million was paid in benefits during 1970. 

Besides the retirement program, the Annuity Board offers Life Insurance and Hos- 
pitalization Insurance. These programs offer adequate protection for Southern Bap- 
tist Ministers. 

An Annuity Board protection program is available to cover all the needs of a pastor, 
church staff member or denominational employee. Many churches help by ^paying the 
dues in retirement, life and health plans. The Protection Program is good for all 
ministers provided it is based on today's salary. At the beginning of the programs 
the base salary was $4,000. The church may have increased the minister's salary 
many times since it entered the program, but still pays only on the base salary 
figure of $4,000. There are now plans available to supplement this $4,000 figure, I 
strongly urge churches to provide at least ten percent of the full salary of their minis- 
ters for this purpose. Information on any part of the Annuity Board's programs may be 
obtained from the state convention office or from the Development Division, An- 
nuity Board, SBC, 511 North Akard Building, Dallas, Texas 75201. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fletcher Ford 



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31. A report on the Cooperative Program was respectfully submitted by Wayne 
Harper, representative. 



REPORT ON COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 



Is there a church you can lead to increase Cooperative Program giving by $5,000? 
or $10,000? or $15,000? Does your association have 100% of the churches contribu- 
ting through the Cooperative Program? Anson and Yates associations did in 1970. More 
than 1,000 churches in N.C. increased Cooperative Program giving last year by 10% or 
more over the previous year. As a dedicated Christian steward will you try to lead 
your church to increase the percentage of the offering plate dollar given through the 
Cooperative Program? 

A pastor said during a Fellowship Dinner in his church, "My hands reach 25,000 
miles or rather the Lord's hand through me, when 1 lay the dedicated tithe of my in- 
come in the offering plate of my church. 

"But how can 1 reach this distance? By joining hands with others. 

"You see, our church gives 32$ of every undesignated dollar through the Coopera- 
tive Program. 

"Our Lord set a wonderful example for us at this point. He started with education. 
He taught the apostles and they proclaimed the Gospel around the world. The cooper- 
ative Program is an effort to follow this example. 

"Since the Cooperative Program helped to educate and now pays the salary of 
over 6,000 missionaries around the world, 1 am able to reach around the world - the 
25,000 miles of the earth as 1 tithe through our church,'* concluded the pastor. 

You can reach 25,000 miles as you church gives a worthy portion of each wor- 
shipper's contribution through the Cooperative Program. 

North Carolina Baptists believe that the Cooperative Program is the best way to 
do mission work because: 

1. It is motivated by the Great Commission. The Cooperative Program did not 
create cooperation on the part of Baptist Churches; the desire of the New Testament 
churches to give the Gospel to the world created the Cooperative Program. (Luke 24: 
45-48; Acts 1:8) 

2. It is rooted in New Testament practices (II Cor. 8 and 1 Cor. 16). 

3. It is the product of generations of the best Baptist leadership. 

4. It gives hope for the future. 

The Moderator, the Convention's General Board member, the Superintendent of 
Missions, and your Cooperative Program representative in the association, plus your 
regional Cooperative Program Consultant and R. Tom Green of the Baptist State Con- 
vention office are delighted to offer friendly service to aid your aim of increased Co- 
operative Program sharing. On your invitation we stand ready to assist in any way 
possible. 

Cooperative Program gifts received by Business Office - Jan. -August: 



Antioch 285.62 Bethesda 1030.19 

Baptist C. 775.38 Beulah 75.85 

Baptist T. 2445.19 Blackm. Gr. 325.00 

Benson 3373.74 Burnell 116.50 

Benson Gr. Calvary (D) 64.35 

Bethany Calvary (S) 34.49 



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Carters Ch. 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton F. 
Clydes Ch. 
Corinth 
Crestwood 
Faith 
Four Oaks 
Hales Ch. 
Hephzibah 
Hocutt M. 
Hoods Gr. 
Kenly 
Lees Ch. 
Live Oak 
Lyles Mem. 
Micro 
Middlesex 
Newton Gr. 
Nobles Ch. 



131.25 


N. Smithf. 


00 


100.00 


Olivers Gr. 


00 


9889. 62 


Parrish Mem. 


00 


727.47 


Pauline 


86.18 




Pine Lev. 


1802.00 


498. 03 


Pinkney 


00 




Pisgah 


1114.23 


1999.47 


PI. Grove 


275.91 


36.42 


Princeton 


1050.00 


240.00 


Sardis 




2999.80 


Selma 


3200.00 


00 


Sharon 


2396.94 


458.45 


Shiloh 


00 


00 


Smithf. 


F4316.62 


75.00 


Stevens Ch. 


30.00 




Thanksgiv. 


273.38 


150.00 


Trinity 


518.87 


235.09 


Watkins C. 


43.21 


25. 00 


White O. 


100.00 


322.59 


Wilsons M. 


00 



Total given for the 8 
Number of churches <_ 
Number of churches not giving- 14 
Percentage of churches giving- 73% 



months- $41, 626. 84 
iving through Cooperative Program- 38 



Respectfully submitted, 
Wayne Harper, Representative 



32. The Rev. Patrick Forbes led the congregation in singing, "All the Way My 
Saviour Leads Me." 

33. A report of the Executive Committee was respectfully submitted by George B. 
Mast, Clerk. 



REPORT OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



The Executive Committee held four meetings during the year. Charged with the 
responsibility of carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all 
work authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions, the Com- 
mittee has directed its efforts toward this end. The Executive Committee is composed 
of officers of the association, pastors serving churches of the association, and one 
lay representative from each church of the association. 

John Ryberg, moderator, presided over all meetings of the Executive Committee 
which were held in the First Baptist Church of Smith field. 

A brief resume of the Committee's work is as follows: 

1. The first meeting was held on January 12, 1971. Members heard reports from 
organizational heads and plans for the forthcoming year. A budget and finance com- 
mittee was appointed from the Executive Committee. 



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2. The second meeting was held on March 29, 1971. Reports were received from 
all organizational heads as well as forthcoming events for the next quarter. Mr. Evander 
Simpson, superintendent of public schools, gave a brief talk concerning denomina- 
tional colleges and the necessity for observing College Day on June 20, 1971. 

3. The Third meeting was held on July 6, 1971. Organizational plans and pro- 
gress reports were presented. Mr. Moore gave a special report on the Johnston -Harnett 
Mission. Upon motion of D. Elvin Johnson, chairman of the Nominating Committee, 
it was moved that the officers presently serving the association be submitted to the 
annual meeting for re -election. 

4. The fourth meeting was held on September 28, 1971. Organizational heads 
gave their reports and reported on the past year's work. The calendar of events for 
the forthcoming year was presented to the Executive Committee. The budget for the 
year 1971-1972 was duly adopted. 

The minutes of the Executive Committee are available for review with respect 
to the specific work which has been done by the Executive Committee for the past 
year. Any member of the association is invited to review the minutes if they so 
desire. 



34. George B. Mast, Associational Clerk, gave a brief report concerning the Church 
Letters. 

35. REPORT OF THE TREASURER was submitted by S.T. Anderson, Jr. 



Respectfully submitted, 
George B. Mast, Clerk 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 



Balance carried forward October 8, 197 

Gifts from churches to budget 

Gifts from State Convention 

Miscellaneous income 

Gifts from W.M.U. 

Special mission gift 

Check deposited 



$ 10,599.50 



412.00 
194.20 
116.65 
,300. 00 
25.52 



$ 1,924.01 



Total gifts 



$ 11,647.87 



$ 11,647.87 
"$ 13,571.88 



Total amount accounted for 



Expenses: 

Salary, Supt, of Missions 
House and office allowance 
Travel allowance 
Utilities, home and office 
Annuity and insurance 
Office expense 
Miscellaneous 
Annual meeting 
Church Training 
Convention expense 
Vacation Bible School 



$ 5, 000. 00 
1,200. 00 
1,400.00 
600. 00 
1,000. 00 



295.65 
183.52 
67.00 
45.79 
197.50 
51.43 



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Stenographer 
Printing of Annual 
Brotherhood 
Sunday School 
Clerk 

Office equipment 

W.M.U. 

HJ Mission 

Total Expenses 

Balance on hand October 9, 1971 



40.00 
606.50 
45. 00 
11.33 
75.00 
125.00 
447.23 
300. 00 



$ 11,690.95 



$ 11,6 90.95 
$ 1,880. 93 



Gifts from the churches for the year 197 0-71: 




Antioch 


$ 


60.00 


Baptist Center 




175.00 


Baptist Tabernacle 




525. 00 


Benson, First 




700. 00 


Benson Grove 




25.00 


Bethany 




100.00 


Bethesda 




265. 08 


Beulah 




82.59 


Blackmans Grove 




125.00 


Burnell 




100.00 


Calvary 




60.00 


Carter's Chapel 




95.00 


Cedar Grove 




50.00 


Clayton, First 




900. 00 


Clydes Chapel 




220. 00 


Corinth 




180.00 


Crest wood 




175.00 


Faith 




25.00 


Four Oaks 




499.92 


Hales Chapel 




156.00 


Hephzibah 




252.00 


Hocutt Memorial 




550. 00 


Hoods Grove 




20.00 


Kenly 




120.00 


Lees Chapel 




25.00 


Live Oak 




107.90 


Lyles Memorial 




-0- 


Micro 




60.00 


Middlesex 




150.00 


Newton Grove 




50.00 


Nobles Chapel 




200. 00 


Olivers Grove 




110.00 


Parrish Memorial 




159.00 


Pauline 




110.00 


Pine Level 




350. 00 



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Pinkney 


8. 00 


Pisgah 


250. 00 


Pleasant Grove 


186. 00 


Princeton 


450. 00 


Sard is 


65. 00 


Selma 


360. 00 


Sharon 


570. 00 


Shiloh 


70. 00 


Smithfield 


800. 00 


North Smithfield 


100. 00 


Stevens Chapel 


65. 00 


Thanksgiving 


175. 61 


Trinity 


150. 00 


Watkins Chapel 


71. 00 


Whitp Oak 


zou. uu 


Wilsons Mills 


245. 00 


Total 


$ 10,599.50 


From State Convention 


$ 412. 00 


Miscellaneous 


194. 20 


From W.M.U. 


116. 65 


Special gift 


O A A A A 

300. 00 


Check deposit 


25. 52 


Total 


$ 1,048.37 



$ 10,599.50 



$ 1, 048. 37 

GRAND TOTAL $ 11,647.87 



BUILDING FUND to date--7 gifts ranging from $5. 00 to $224.50. 
Balance in the bank- -savings account — $571.23 



Submitted by 

S. T. Anderson, Jr. 

Treasurer 



Motion that all of the foregoing reports be adopted. Motion seconded. Reports 
adopted. 

36. Motion that the Association give a Christian love offering for Raymond Moore 
in the amount of $100.00 for Christmas. Motion seconded. Motion carried. 

37. Harold Mitchell, pastor of Benson Baptist Church, presented the Seminary 
Extension Report. 

The Art of Preaching - Marriage and the Family 

How to Deal With the Alcoholic - How to Deal With the Drug Problems 
(Other courses as needed) 

LEVEL THREE - Seminar (Open to college or Seminary Trained) 
History of Intepretation - Advanced New Testament Studies 



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Church Theology - Advanced Old Testament Studies 
(Other Topics as needed) 



Respectfully submitted, 
Harold M. Mitchell, Chairman 

38. Harold Mitchell, pastor of Benson Baptist Church, presented the proposed 
budget for 1971-1972, and moved that the budget be approved and adopted as pre- 
sented. Seconded. Motion carried. 

PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 1971-1972 



PERSONNEL 

Missionary's salary 
Annuity and Insurance 
Convention and Conferences 
Clerk Honorarium 
Stenographer 



Total 



1970-1971 

$ 5,000. 00 
1, 000. 00 
250. 00 
75. 00 
100. 00 
6,425. 00 



1971-1972 

$ 5,200. 00 
1,400. 00 
250. 00 
75. 00 
100. 00 
7,025. 00 



OPERATING EXPENSES 

Travel expenses for missionary 

House and office 

Utilities for home and office 

Office supplies 

Publishing "Annual" 

Office equipment and repairs 

Annual meeting expense 



Total 



1,400. 00 
1,200. 00 
600. 00 
300. 00 
775. 00 
150. 00 
100. 00 
4,525. 00 



1,400. 00 

1,200: oo 

600. 00 
300. 00 
650. 00 
150. 00 
100. 00 
4,400.00 



ORGANIZATION AND PROMOTION 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Brotherhood 

Woman's Missionary Union 
Music 

Vacation Bible School 
Leadership Workshops 
Personnel training 



Miscellaneous 



Total 



Total 



50.00 
50.00 
100. 00 
400. 00 
50. 00 
75. 00 
50. 00 
100. 00 
875. 00 
200. 00 



200. 00 



50.00 
50.00 

io'o. 00 

450. 00 
50. 00 
75.00 
50.00 
100. 00 
925. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 



$12,025.00 



$12,550. 00 



Respectfully submitted, 
Harold M. Mitchell, Chairman 



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39. Donald K. Horn, Pastor of Pisgah, presented the report from the American, 
Bible Society. He moved its adoption, and it was done. 

REPORT ON THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY 

General Secretary of the American Bible Society, Layton E. Holmgren says, "The 
sole purpose of all Bible Society activity is - and always has been - to provide 
men, in intelligible and convincing speech, with the record of the 'wonderful works 
of God.' It is this concern for the redemption of the world - for the whole life of 
the whole man in the whole world - that permeates the work and witness of all those 
concerned with the Bible Society movement ... If possible, every man on earth must 
be told of the Saviour in his own tongue and be given the opportunity to surrender 
his life to Him. This can only be done if we 'press with vigor on.*** Since Southern 
Baptists are re-examining the Spirit of Christ, this statement of purpose takes on new 
meaning and significance for us as leaders in our churches. 

Asa missionary non profit organization, the American Bible Society has been and 
is serving God in a marvelous way. During 1970 the American Bible Society: 

1. Aided in providing technical assistance to more than 3,000 translators working 
in more than 800 languages and dialects. At the close of 1970 at least one book of 
the Bible has been published in 1431 lanuages : the Bible in 249, the New Testament 
in 329 more, and proportions in 853. 

2. Donated 4,323,599 Scriptures for chaplains to the Armed Services, a 94.3 per 
cent increase over 1969. 

3. Distributed 99,595,465 Bibles, Testaments, Portions and Selections in the 
United States, a 30.7 per cent increase over 1969. The world distribution of the Bible 
Society totaled 173 million, equivalent to one copy for every 21 persons in the world. 

4. Continued to develop Scriptures in everyday speech. - "Good News for Modern 
Man" in today's English Version New Testament has a distribution of 25 million 
copies since first published in September 1966. On December 1, 1970 the first book 
of the Old Testament, "The Psalms for Modern Man" was available in Today's English 
Version. Job is to be available in the fall of 1971 in time for the January Bible Study. 

Southern Baptist Churches have been serving as a partner with the American Bible 
Society for many years in providing the Bible as a tool for missions. In 1970 Southern 
Baptists gave $233,185 to American Bible Society for this purpose. Although Southern 
Baptists lead in total gifts to the American Bible Society, the per capita gift from 
more than 11.6 million members is only a little more than 2 cents per year. 

If we are going to continue to be partners with the American Bible Society, let 
us be aware of the need not only to keep up with the normal increase in demand for 
the Written Word, but to forsee the conditions within which people will be living in 
this decade of the Seventies. Then let us act accordingly with our gifts to the Baptist 
State Office marked "for the American Bible Society." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Donald K. Horn 

40. Mrs. Doc R. Oliver, Pine Level Church, presented a brief memorial to the 
deceased members of the Association, and called the names and churches of the 
deceased members. 



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41. Report from the N.C. Baptist State Convention. 

Joseph Stroud, representative for the North Carolina Baptist State Convention, 
spoke briefly on Convention activities. Mr. Stroud noted the importance of church 
history, and how in 1639 the first Baptists came to this country for religious free- 
dom. That the principal that each Baptist makes his own interpretation of the scrip- 
tures and is his own priest still prevails. That we are a result basically of what is 
known as "Separatist Baptist," which came from the Great' Awakening in 1734. Asso- 
ciations for the purpose of fellowship and cooperative efforts in missions were 
formed at that time. In 1845 the Southern Baptist Convention was formed. 

Mr. Stroud further stated that the Baptists were tied together by three principals: 

(1) We were born in a great mission commitment; (2) We were born in deep 
doctrinal commitment on five premises: (a) Disciples, (b) Obedient to his Word, 
(c) Filled with the Spirit, (d) Witnessing to faith, (e) Truth of Scriptures; and (3) 
We were born in a vast cooperative program of common commitment. 

In summary, Mr. Stroud stated that we should look to the future. Some say 
churches and denominations are on their way out. Mr. Stroud stated that in his opinion 
this is wrong. The Church is on the move, Truth does not change, but the method 
does. That we must join the NOW GENERATION because of war, poverty, drugs, etc. 
Mr. Stroud further stated that we must meet the future with the good news of Jesus 
Christ. Mr. Stroud closed by stating that what was important is the way we live, and 
not the statistics in our records. 

42. Bill Morris, messenger from Middlesex Baptist Church, was recognized and 
moved that a resolution be adopted by the Association, urging the adoption of the 
proposed amendments before the North Carolina State Baptist Convention. 

The Rev. A.T. Ayscue spoke of the competency of every Christian and the auton- 
omy of each church. 

Wayne Harper spoke against the motion. Blake Thomas spoke in favor of the 
motion. 

Bill Morris read the proposed amendment. 

Motion by George Mast that the motion of Bill Morris be tabled. Seconded by Ray 
Yarborough. Motion carried. Motion tabled. 

43. The benediction and blessing was given by Patrick Forbes. 

44. The Rev. Patrick Forbes led the congregation in singing, "God of Grace and 
God of Glory" and "Ask Ye What Great Things I Know." 

45. The Rev. George Knight read the scriptures from Romans 5:1-11, and led the 
opening prayer for the evening session. 

46. Robert C. White of Clyde's Chapel, presented the report of the Time, Place 
and Preacher Committee. He moved its adoption and it was adopted. 

REPORT OF TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHER 
COMMITTEE 

We, the undersigned, as the committee, on time, place and preacher for the 
Johnston Baptist Association, do recommend the following: 

1. The time for the 1972 annual meeting: Monday and Tuesday, October 16 and 17, 
1972. 



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2. The place: Four Oaks Baptist Church for the first session. White Oak Baptist 
Church for the second session. 

3. The preacher: Rev. Alfred T. Ayscue, Fine Level, N.C. Alternate: Rev. Robert 
L. Coats, Sraithfield, N.C. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Robert C. White, Chairman 
James Colvin 
A.J. Whitley 



47. The moderator presented a slate of general officers for the coming year. They 
were presented upon motion duly made and seconded. The nominees were accepted 
by acclamation. 

REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE 



Association Officers: 



Moderator 

Vice Moderator 

Clerk 

Treasurer 

Missionary 

Historian 



John Ryberg 

M. B. Macleod, Jr. 

George B. Mast 

S. T. Anderson, Jr. 

R. E. Moore 

A. L. Brown 



Box 209, Smithfield, N. C. 

Route 4, Box 462, Smithfield, N. C. 

Box 119, Smithfield, N. C. 

Clayton, N. C. 

Four Oaks, N. C. 

Box 935, Smithfield, N. C. 



48. Upon motion duly made and seconded the Executive Committee was authorized 
to elect officers and associational heads as reported by the Nominating Committee. 
Motion carried. 

49. The Moderator, John Ryberg, read a list of the persons appointed to needed 
committees during the coming year (a list of these committees is found in the Asso- 
ciational Directory). 

50. The chair recognized Mrs. Harold Mitchell of Benson who presented the report 
of the Resolutions Committee. She moved its adoption and it was adopted. 



REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 



Whereas the sixty-ninth annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association has 
been in session on October 18 and 19, 1971, and is now nearing its adjournment and 

Whereas messengers and visitors to the annual meeting have enjoyed the hos- 
pitality of Blackmon's Grove Church and Clayton First Baptist Church and have been 
challenged by committee reports and guest speakers, 

Be it therefore resolved that the messengers of this sixty -ninth annual session 
of the Johnston Association express their appreciation to the assisting churches, to 
the program committee, to the moderator, John Ryberg, and the clerk, George Mast, 
for their efforts in making this meeting a meaningful experience for all who partic- 
ipated in it. 



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Be it further resolved that: 

1. We express our appreciation to the SM1THFIELD HERALDfor coverage given 
to our various associational activities and for thoughtful editorials regarding moral 
matters that affect us all. 

2. We express our appreciation to the BIBLICAL RECORDER, editor Marse Grant, 
the Christian Action League and its President Coy Privette for their strong leadership 
in fighting the liquor traffic in North Carolina. 

3. We express our appreciation to the Johnston County Board of Education and 
our County School Supt. E.S. Simpson, for its recently adopted policy to preclude 
school activities after 6:00 p.m. on Wednesdays so that the children who have church 
activities on Wednesdays may participate in these activities as well as school. 

4. We express our appreciation to the Administration of the Johnston Memorial 
Hospital, Smithfield, N.C. for its concern for the spiritual welfare of its patients and 
its help in establishing a volunteer chaplains program to begin in January, 1972. 

5. We take note of the greater involvement of laymen in evangelism in our 
state and encourage our churches to consider having lay witness missions in their 
churches. 

6. We take note of the orderly way in which our schools have been integrated, 
the need for continued improvement in race relations in our area and that we en- 
courage the churches within our fellowship to seek Christian attitudes with all 
peoples regardless of race, religion or social standing. 

7. We commend our W.M.U. for their courageous leadership in planning the 
Prayer Retreat for Baptist Women of all Baptist groups in the Johnston County area and 
encourage all of our Baptist Women to participate. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Harold M. Mitchell 

51. The chair recognized E.S. Simpson, Christian Education representative, who 
presented the report of the Baptist Colleges. He moved its adoption and it was adopted. 

REPORT ON BAPTIST COLLEGES 

We are pleased to report that North Carolina Baptists still believe in Christian 
Higher Education. The number of colleges that we maintain and the number of stu- 
dents enrolled indicate this. Enrollment in N.C. Baptist Colleges at Campbell, Chowan, 
Gardner -Webb, Mars Hill, Meredith Wake Forest University and Wingate approximate 
12,000. 

Tlie enrollment for the Southern Baptist Colleges and Seminaries in 1970-1972 was 
as follows: 



Home and Other 

Foreign Church Church Church 

Ministerial Mission Education Music Vocation 

Students Volunteers Volunteers Volunteers Volunteers 

Seminaries 3,563 484 1,155 423 40 

Senior Colleges 3,264 846 648 1,080 1,264 



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Junior Colleges 


360 


13 


40 


66 


88 


Academies 


25 


1 




7 




Bible Schools 


682 


36 


82 


52 


-- 


Totals 


7,894 


1, 380 


1,925 


1,628 


1,392 



Many Baptist College Students serve to meet human need without pay. Represen- 
tative programs include: work with blind, mentally retarded, underprivileged, the 
aging, the sick, the delinquent, the illiterate, and those who need remedial programs 
in order to finish high school and college. Students from all seven of our colleges 
in N.C. engage in some of these activities. 

These year-round programs of service to church and community are making three 
major contributions : 

1. Those who have committed to full-time Christian service are gaining valuable 
experience. 

2. Many, as result of this work are choosing full-time Christian service careers. 

3. Many are developing a new attitude toward church and because of practical 
opportunity to relate religion to life, they go back to churches as Christian laymen 
convinced of the urgency in the churches to get their message to people wherever 
they are. 

Baptist College Day Offerings become more and more important to our colleges 
as costs continue to esculate. It is expected that costs will rise at the annual rate 
of 12 to 14% for the next ten years. Unfortunately, Baptist Colleges are having to 
pass more and more of costs of education on to students. Every dollar that comes in 
on Baptist College Day Offering is of direct help to the students. The undesignated j 
Baptist College Day Offering goes into the student aid fund in the college. 

The Cooperative Program continues to be the second largest source of income 
for N.C. Baptist Colleges outside the student charges. The colleges are profoundly 
grateful for income received through the Cooperative Program and through the Baptist 
College Day Offerings. 

We would like to suggest the following things to do in support and understanding 
of the service that our colleges render: 

1. Have church groups visit the campuses of some of the colleges. 

2. Invite professors, administrators and students to cometo churches on occasions. 

3. Use Baptist College Day in June to inform people of needs of students and 
colleges and give a generous offering to one or more of these colleges. 

4. Increase Cooperative Program giving to support our colleges and all mission 
causes. 

Respectfully submitted, 
E.S. Simpson, Representative 

The Rev. Donald K. Horn reported concerning Gardner -Webb College, and Bruce 
Moore, Secretary to the Baptist Student Union, Campbell College, reported concerning 
the seven Baptist Colleges of North Carolina. Mr. Moore pointed out the additional 
financial cost of private colleges. He thanked the Association for all they are doing, 
and stated that the objective of the Baptist colleges is to train students in an environ- 
ment of freedom by persons who believe in Jesus Christ. 

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52. The Messengers sang "Praise to the Lord, the Almighty,'* accompanied by the 
Smithfield First Bell Choir. 

53. The Smithfield First Bell Choir presented a musical program under the direction 
of Mrs. Wood row Batten. 

54. The message, "What Hope for the Church," was presented by Dr. Olin T, 
Binkley. Dr. Binkley stated the topic more in line with his sermon was, "Is there any 
hope for the church?" 

Dr. Binkley read the 22nd verse of the 11th chapter of "First Corinthians. In reading 
the scripture, Dr. Binkley stated that we must consider it in context "Despise ye the 
church of God?" 

Dr Binkley stated that people consider the church in two ways: (1) Social institu- 
tion in process of change; (2) A fellowship of transformed and committed persons 
who love God with all their strength and love others with love implanted in their 
hearts by God - a congregation of the people of God and of the servants of God. 

Dr. Binkley further stated that we should try to make the love of God visible in 
the midst of human needs, and we do not despise the church. Further, he said, "That 
we should take the coals of fire from the altar for the future and leave the ashes for 
the past." Dr. Binkley further stated that there are "three hopes for the church": (1) 
Because the church is related to the redemptive purpose of God (he came that man 
might see Truth - to seek and save that which was lost); (2) The church is composed 
of teachable people (openness of mind is the most encouraging characteristic of our 
church). We must listen to the reading of the Bible, to the broken-hearted people, to 
the people looking for hope, and "listen thoughtfully and speak graciously"; (3) Be- 
cause it is concerned with the deepest needs of persons, long-range needs, both hu- 
man and divine. 

Dr. Binkley stated that the four deepest needs of persons were:(l) A message of 
love, human and divine. Example: Jacob worked seven years for Rachel; (2) Assur- 
ance of acceptance (sense of forgiveness); (3) Discipline - balance of authority and 
freedom; (4) Encouragement and hope. 

Dr. Binkley concluded his remarks by comparing the Love of God with the beauty 
of the love of a young child. 

55. Mrs. William Barnes, chairman of the committee on Order of Business, pre- 
sented the following resolution and moved its adoption. It was adopted. 

RESOLUTION 

Whereas, Brother Raymond E. Moore and his good wife, Mrs. Moore, have been with 
us as superintendents of missions, come next February, for ten years; 

And whereas, they have served the 51 churches of the Johnston Association ear- 
nestly, effectively and devotedly, and with confidence and good will, and whereas, they 
have given unstintingly of their time, talents and undivided efforts in serving this 
Association and their Lord; 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the 1971 annual be dedicated to them and that on their tenth 
anniversary we present them with an additional check of $100.00 from our associational 
treasury in sincere appreciation for their unselfish service. 

56. Buell Creason pronounced the benediction and the Association adjourned. 



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ANTIOCH BAPTIST 
Mr. Raymond Price 

BAPTIST CENTER CHURCH 
Mrs. Cora Lee Wood 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 
Mrs. Winnifred Bissette 
Mr. Dewavner Richardson 
Mr. Herbert Alford 
Mr. Nathan Batten 
Mr. Rufus Richardson 
Deacon Paul V. Hocutt 

BENSON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Stacy Autry 
Mrs. Ailene Duddey 
Mr. Alonzo Parrish, Jr. 
Mrs. Martha Lawhorn 
Mr. Clyde Proctor 
Mr. Bill Dixon 
Mr. W.J. Brady 
Mrs. H.O. Dixon 
Mr. Booker Lawhorn 
Mr. William Dixon 

BENSON GROVE 
Mrs. Ha Tart 
Mrs. Nancy Penny 

BETHANY 

Miss Adeline Hicks 
Mr. Mo It on Creech 
Mr. E.G. Godwin 

BETHESDA BAPTIST 
Mrs. Daisy Puckett 
Mrs. Willie Creech 
Mrs. Vernon Medlin 
Mr. Rex Gardner 
Mr. Arthur Corbett 

BEULAH BAPTIST (None) 



BLACKMON'S GROVE 
Mrs. Melvin Wood 
Mr. F.R. Temple 
Mrs. Elton Johnson 

BURNELL 

Mr. J.T. Critcher 

Mr. Thad H. Whittington 

CALVARY (None) 

CARTER'S CHAPEL 

Mr. George Anderson 
Mr. Argo Brown 
Mrs. Hilland Flowers 
Mrs. Aloza Garner 
Mrs. Claude Grady 

CEDAR GROVE 

Mrs. Gertrude Deans 

FIRST BAPTIST, CLAYTON 
Miss Claudia Vinson 
Mr. Brooks Spence 
Mr. Hume Creech 
•Mrs. A.C. Atkinson, Jr. 
Mr. Elliott McCullers 
Mrs. J.M. Hamilton 

CLYDE'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Helen Cousins 
Mrs. Frank Price 

CORINTH BAPTIST 

Mrs. Maggie Strickland 

Mrs. Dora Hocutt 

Mrs. Myrtle Anderson 

Mrs. Julia Eason 

Mr. Jessie High 

Mr. Dolphus H. Brantley 

CREST WOOD BAPTIST 
Mrs. Elvira Wall 



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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH (None) 



HALES CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Miss Ina Gail Boy kin 

HEPHZIBAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Delia Braswell 
Mr. George Braswell 
Mrs. Mammie Pittman 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST 
Mr. W.G. Turner 
Mrs. Alma Johnson 

HOOD'S GROVE BAPTIST 
Miss Blanche Lee 
Mr. Rufus Lee 
Mr. John R. Hood 

KENLY BAPTIST 
Mr. Carl Lewis 

LEE'S CHAPEL BAPTIST 
Mr. N.B. Alford 
Mrs. Anna Morgan 
Mr. Haywood Stallings 

LIVE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Percy Garner 

LYLES MEMORIAL (None) 

MICRO 

Mrs. Lyda Davis 
Mrs. Mae Ballance 
Mr. Fred Batten 
Mrs. Myrtle Wall 

MIDDLESEX BAPTIST 
Mr. Jake Williams 
Deacon Phillip Lewis 
Deacon Clarence Holland 

NEWTON GROVE BAPTIST (None) 



NOBLES CHAPEL 
Mr. Hugh Nichols 
Mr. Alqrun Stott 
Mr. A.T. Byrd 

NORTH SMITHFIELD BAPTIST 
(Not Listed) 

OLIVER'S GROVE 
Jim A. Price 

PARRISH MEMORIAL 
Mr. Robert Aycock 
Mrs. Mattie Creech 
Mrs. Pearl Little 
Mrs. Prissie Parrish 
Mrs. Carrie Watson 
Mrs. Malissa Watson 
Mr. Willie Hill 
Mr. George Capps 

PAULINE BAPTIST 
Mrs. Beatrice Batten 

PINE LEVEL BAPTIST 
Deacon Luther Myers 
Mr. William Adams 
Mrs. Rose Thompson 

PINKNEY (None) 

PISGAH (None) 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Cara Love 

PRINCETON (None) 

SARDIS BAPTIST 

Mr. Merton J. Whitley 

SELMA BAPTIST 
Mr. E. Moore 
Mrs. Guy Davis 
Mrs. Glenn Terrell 
Mrs. Julius Williamson 



FOUR OAKS BAPTIST CHURCH (None) 



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SHARON BAPTIST 


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TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 


\ Deacon Roy Strickland 


Mrs. Dayton Lee 


Mrs. Mauve re en Parker 


SHILOH BAPTIST (None) 


Mr. Daniel Austin Tart 


SMITHFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH 


WAT KINS CHAPEL CHURCH 


Mrs. Rosa P. Hicks 


Mrs. Blonnie Narron 


Mr. B.H. Underwood 




Mrs. L. C. Adams 


WHITE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mrs. D. W. Peterson 


Mr. Marvin Price 


Mrs. Vernon Howell 


Mr. Lester Wall 


Mr. E.L. Narron 


Mr. Elbert Green 


Mrs. E.L. Narron 


Mr. Donald Flowers 


Mrs. Mamie Yelverton 




Deacon Wilson Lewis 


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THANKSCjIVIJNLf dAFI lol 




Mrs. D.a Mae Perry 


STEVENS CHAPEL 


Mrs. Nona Mae Lynch 


Mr. John D. Jones 




Mr. John Alvin Creech 


WILSON'S MILLS 




Mr. Byron Parrish 



ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 



CHURCH 

1. Bethany 

2. Clayton, First 



3. Four Oaks 

4. Pinkney 

5. Sharon 

6. Smithfield, First 

7. Watkins Chapel 



MINISTER 

C.S. Creech, Route 2, Kenly, 27542 

W.W. Turner, P.O. Box 315, Clayton 27520 

James Sansbury, 1117 Brucemont Drive, Garner, 27529 

Troy Page, Jr., P.O. Box 272, Clayton, 27520 

Harold M. White, 330 Crescent Drive, Clayton, 27520 

R.E. Moore, Main St., Four Oaks, 27524 

A.W. Hill, 111 Sumpter Road, Goldsboro, 27530 

Fletcher Ford, Rt. 4, Smithfield, 27577 

Lynn Barry, 506 Hancock St., Smithfield, 27577 

William B. Stillerman, Box 209, Smithfield, 27577 

Charles Campbell, HHC 16th, Sig. By. , APO New York, 



ASSISTANT PASTORS 



CHURCH 
Smithfield, First 



MINISTER 

William B. Stillerman, Box 209, Smithfield, 27577 



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MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 



CHURCH 

1. Baptist Tabernacle 

2. Clayton, First 

3. Crestwood 

4. Parrish Memorial 



MINISTER 

Barry Chamblee, Rt. 1, Wendell, 27591 
Robert Richardson, Rt. 1, Roxboro, 2757 3 
Thorn Duncan, 116 E. Front St., Clayton, 27520 
W.S. Jones, Jr., P.O. Box 566, Smithfield, 27577 
Gordon Parrish, Rt. 2, Selma, 3 



LICENSED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 



CHURCH 



MINISTER 



1. Baptist Tabernacle 

2. Bethesda 

3. Corinth 

4. Lyles Memorial 

5. Parrish Memorial 

6. Pine Level 

7 . Pinkney 



Barry Chamblee, Rt. 1, Wendell, 27591 
Linwood Barbour, 259 Johnson Street, Clayton, 27520 
Lawrence O'Neal, Andrew Jackson Hotel, Rock Hill, 
South Carolina, 297 30 

Richard Hogg, Rt. 2, Box 550, Clayton, 27520 

Elbert Hogg, Clayton, 27520 

Thomas Pearce, Rt. 2, Selma, 27576 

Gordon Parrish, Rt. 2, Selma, 27576 

C.E. Clayton, Pine Level, 27568 

Harvey Pittman, Rt. 2, Box 334A, Pikeville, 27863 



MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 



MINISTER 

Thomas R. Edwards, Rt. 2, Smithfield, 27577 
Thomas Woodeli, Rt. 1, Clayton, 27520 



CHURCH 

1. Hephzibah 

2. Lyles Memorial 

3. Smithfield, First William B. Stillerman, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield, 27577 

MISSIONS 

MISSIONS 

Maraboro House, Angier Hwy. , Smithfield, 27577 



CHURCH 

1. Lyles Memorial 



HISTORICAL EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST 

ANTIOCH - Church library started, and new room was prepared. 
BAPTIST TABERN A CLE - New auditorium being built. 

BENSON GROVE - Homecoming, September 19. Raid for heat and air conditioning. 
Water cooler installed. 



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CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Put new roof on church. Put new window lights and screens on 
Community Building. Work was done on heating plant of church to improve effi- 
ciency of system. 

CRESTWOOD - Air conditioning in church. Added new pews. 
FAITH - Work on vestibule, and air conditioning unit added. 

HALES CHAPEL - Purchased a new parsonage, and had dedication on April 18, 1971. 
HEPHZIBAH - Ordination service was held for Thomas R. Edwards on January 17* 
1 971. 

LEES CHAPEL - Addition to building, including baptistry and educational building. 
LYLES MEMORIAL - Started a new building in a new location. 

MICRO - Remodeled sancturay, inside and out; bricking the outside completely. 
Installed handrails on the outside, carpet, air conditioning and completed dining 
area inside. b 

MIDDLESEX - Completed upstairs of parsonage. 

PARRISH MEMORIAL - Completed installation of baptistry. Completed kitchen. 
PISGAH - Adopted a new constitution on September 15, 1971. 

SELMA - The Rev. D. Wayne Marin began his ministry at the Selma Baptist Church, 
on June 6, 1971. He came from Blandwood Baptist Church in Rocky Mount, N.cl 

SHARON - Celebrated the church's tenth anniversary as a chartered church on Sep- 
tember 19, 1971. F 

SMITH FIELD, FIRST - Ordination for ministry of William B. Stillerman. 

STEVEN'S CHAPEL - Church purchased additional land to'the rear of the old church 
lot. 

WHITE OAK - Chimes installed. 

WILSON'S MILLS - Carpeted nursery, did work in basement such as changing doors 
and painting, etc. Installed air conditioning in pastorium and carpeted part of 
pastorium. 



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Calendar of Activities 



FOR THE YEAR 1971-1972 



1971 


OCTOBER 




1971 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


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1971 


NOVEMBER 


1971 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sot. 




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2 3 4 


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7 


8 


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30 







Cooperative Program Emphasis Month 

5 First Timers Choir Festival 

6 13, 20 and 27 Pray for Cooperative 
Program 

8 Statewide Pastors and S./S. Supt. 

Conference 

10 BIBLICAL RECORDER DAY 
12-13 General Board meeting 
15-17 Deacons Retreat, CaRAway 

16 Piano -Organ Festival 

16 R.A. Leadership Training, Raleigh 

18 PASTORS CONFERENCE, 10:30 
a.m. 

18 ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEET- 
ING, Blackmans Gr. 

19 ASSOCIATIONAL ANNUAL 
MEETING, Clayton F. 

21 Regional Evangelism Conference 
for Men First Baptist Church, Dur- 
ham 

24 American Bible Society Day 

1-7 Royal Ambassador Week 
1 Baptist Women World Day of Pray- 
er, Smith. 

5-7 BSU Fall Convention, Ridgecrest 
8-9 Youth Leadership Skills Improve- 
ment 

21 Thanksgiving Offering for Chil- 
drens Homes 

22 PASTORS CONFERENCE 

22-24 Baptist State Convention, Charlotte 

25 Thanksgiving Day and Childrens 
Homes Offering 

28 - Dec. 4 Week of Prayer for For- 
eign Missions 



1971 


DECEMBER 


1971 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sat. 






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5 Foreign Mission Day in Sunday 
Schools 

6 ASSOCIATIONAL M NIGHT 
20 PASTORS CONFERENCE 

22 Convention -wide Carol Sing in 

Churches 
25 Christmas Day 



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1972 JANUARY 1972 



Sun. M on. Tues. W ed. Thur. Fri. Sot. 

1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

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30 31 



JANUARY - Make Your Will Month 
4 Executive Committee Meeting 
3-7 January Bible Study Week. JOB 
5-7 Vacation Bible School Clinic, Win - 
gate 

17 PASTORS CONFERENCE 
21-22 Institute for Home Mission Study 
23 Baptist Mens Day in the Churches 
25 Council on Christian Higher Ed- 
ucation 

25-26 General Board Meeting, Raleigh 
28-30 High School Seniors Retreat 



1972 FE BRUARY 1972 

Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sot. 

~ 1 2 3 4 5 

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 

27 28 29 



5 R.A. Leadership Course, 
Rocky Mount 

6 Baptist Alliance Sunday 

7-9 Statewide Conference on Evange- 
lism, Fay„ 
13 Race Relations Sunday 
15 Baptist Young Men and Women, 
Hocutt Mem. 

20 Special Day and Offering for N.C. 
Baptist Homes, Inc. 

21 PASTORS CONFERENCE 
25-26 Statewide Mission Conference, 

High Point 
28 Regional Choir Festival, Raleigh, 
For. H. 



1972 ' MARCH 1972 



Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sot. 



12 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 

26 27 28 29 30 31 



2- 4 Religious Education Conference - 

CaRAway 

3- 4 Day Camp - Mundo Vista 

5-12 Week of Prayer for Home Missions 
12-19 Youth Week 

14 W.M.U. Annual Session, Winston- 
Salem 

18 ASSOCIATIONAL YOUTH NIGHT, 
Sardis 

20 PASTORS CONFERENCE 
24-25 Bap. Men and Boys Convention - 
Winston -Salem 
28 WO MANS MISSION UNION MEET- 
ING, Beulah 



49 



1972 APRIL 1972 



Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sot. 

1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 

30 



2 Easter Sunday 

3 Family Life Conference, Williams - 
ton 

4 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

6- 8 Regional Library Conference, Sem- 

inary 

7- 8 State Youth Handbell Festival 

9 G.A. MISSION FAIR, Hales Chap- 
el (Younger) 
10-16 Jewish Fellowship Week 

13 Family Life Conference, Oxford 
14-15 Bap. Women Conference - 

Winston -Salem 
14-16 BSU Spring Conference, Caswell 
15 Statewide Childrens Choir Fest., 

Raleigh 
17 PASTORS CONFERENCE 
17-21 Church Member Training Week 
20 MISSION FRIENDS DAY OF ACTIV- 
ITY 

21-11 Statewide Youth Convention, 
Raleigh 

21-22 Church Library Conference, Char- 
lotte 

28-29 Weekens R.A. Camp, CaRAway 
28-30 Family Camping Weekend, 
CaRAway 

29 Statewide Childrens Choir Fest., 
Charlotte 



1972 MAY 1972 



Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sot. 



1 2 3 4 5 6 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 

28 29 30 31 



5-6 All State Youth Choir Fest., 
Winston -Salem 
5 OLDER G.A. OVERNIGHT CAMP, 
Smithfield 
5-7 Family Camping Week-end, 
CaRAway 
7-14 Christian Home Week 
12-13 Baptist Women Retreat, Mundo 
Vista 

14 Baptist Hospital Offering - 
Mothers Day 

15 PASTORS CONFERENCE 

15-16 REAL LIFE CONFERENCE, Clayton 
19-20 Baptist Women Retreat, Mundo 
Vista 

19-21 Interpreters Conference (Deaf), 
CaRAway 
20 State R.A. Track Meet, Wake 
Forest Un. 



50 



1972 




JUNE 




1972 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. 


Wed. 


Thur. 


Fri. 


Sot. 










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30 





1972 




JULY 




1972 


Sun. Mon. 


Tues. 


Wed. 


Thur. 


Fri. 


Sat. 


2 3 
9 10 
16 17 
23 24 
30 31 


4 
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25 


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27 


7 
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28 


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29 



1972 


AUGUST 




1972 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sat. 






1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 9 10 


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15 16 17 


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20 


21 


22 23 24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 30 31 







22 MEN AND BOYS MISSION RALLY, 
Bethany 

21 Baptist Radio and TV Sunday 
24 AC TEEN RALLY, Smithfield 

4-5 Annual Southwide WMU, fliila- 
delphia 

6- 8 Southern Baptist Convention, 

Philadelphia 

10 State Scripture Exploring Drill 
Finals 

11 Religious Liberty Sunday 

12 R.A. and G.A. Camps open, M.V., 
CaRAway 

17-18 Young Marrieds Retreat, Mundo 
Vista 

18 Baptist College Day 

19 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

20 Meeting of Council on Christian 
H. Ed. 

20- 21 General Board Meeting 

27 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
26-30 Assn'l Supt. of Missions Conf., 
Fruit 

3-7 Week of Christian Study and Fel- 
lowship 

5 Assn'l S.S. Officers Briefing, 
Caswell 

7- 8 Baptist Young Women Retreat, 

Mundo Vista 
9 Christian Literature Day 
17 Acteen Camps Begin, Mundo 
Vista 

17 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

27 On to College Day 
28-30 College Career Retreat, 

Mundo Vista 

2 Assn'l S.S. Officers Briefing, 
Ridgecrest 

18 Statewide Youth Evangelism Night, 
G'boro 

21 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

21- 25 Week of Prayer for Assn'l Missions 
25-26 Workshop for Assn'l WMU Off., 

M.V. 

28 - Sept. 3 Language Missions Week 



51 



1972 


SEPTEMBER 




1972 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sot. 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 6 7 


8 


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4 
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8-9 

15-16 

15-16 

15-17 

17 
18 

18 
19 

22-23 
25-29 



Labor Day 

Brotherhood Leadership Training, 
CaRAway 

Workshop for A ssn'l Officer Train- 
ing, M.V. 

Acteen A ssn'l Officer Training, 
M.V. 

Festival of Creative Arts and 
Church Training Creative Leader- 
ship, Wilson 

State BSU Officers Workshop, 
CaRAway 
State Missions 



and Offering 
Interfaith Witness Conf., Raleigh 

area 

PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
W.M.U. and BROTHERHOOD 
LEADERSHIP Training, Sharon 
Baptist Men's Retreat, CaRAway 
Local Church People -to -People 
Program 



1972 OCTOBER 1972 



Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 

29 30 31 



3 First Timers Choir Festival 
3 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEET- 
ING 

3-5 N.C. Baptist Chaplain Conf., 

CaRAway 
4,11,18,25, Cooperation Program 

Emphasis 
6-7 Father-Son R.A. Camp. (6,7,8) 

CaRAway 

6-7 Statewide Pastors and S.S. Dir., 

CaRAway 

6-8 Baptist Young Women Conv., 
Raleigh, F.H. 
8 BIBLICAL RECORDER DAY 
10 Council on Christian Higher Educa- 
tion 

10-11 General Board Meeting 
13-15 Deacon's Retreat, CaRAway 
16 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

16 ANNUAL ASSOCIATIONAL 
MEETING 

17 Assn'l Annual Meeting, White 
Oak 

22 American Bible Society Day 



52 



1972 




NOVEMBER 




1972 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sot. 






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3 


4 


5 


6 


7 8 9 


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13 


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24 


25 


26 


27 


28 29 30 







1972 


DECEMBER 




1972 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sat. 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 6 7 


8 


9 


10 


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12 13 14 


15 


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22 


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24 


25 


26 27 28 


29 


30 


31 











3-5 BSU Fall Convention, Ridgecrest 
6-11 R„A. Week in the Churches 
7 General Election Day 
14-16 Baptist State Convention, 
Winston-Salem 

19 Thanksgiving Offering for Chil- 
drens Homes 

20 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

22-26 International Student Conference, 
Ridgecrest 
23 Thanksgiving Day and Offering 
27 M NIGHT 

3-10 Week of Prayer for Foreign 

Missions, Lottie Moon Christmas 
Offering 

18 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

20 Convention -wide Carol Sing 
in Churches 

25 Christmas Day 

31 Student Night at Christmas 

JANUARY 2 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
MEETING 



North Carolina Baptist Assembly Dates - June 12 - August 24 
Fruitland Baptist Conference Dates - May 29 - July 20 
Ridgecrest Baptist Assembly Dates - June 8 - September 4 

(See your pastor for individual assembly dates at each place) 



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I Association 

1 JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Sunday School Director 

JAMES LITTLE 


Address City State Zip 

Box 182 Clavton N.C. 27520 


SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Leon Whitley, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 
Allen Marshbum, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
James W. Rose, Box 8, Benson 27504 
Victor Byrd, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


Earl Brown, Selma 27576 

Bobby S. Godwin, 901 E. Home St., Clayton 27520 

Lawrence Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Bobby Johnson, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


John Moyan, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Louis Edwards, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Bertis Deans, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893 

James Ellerbe, 415 Canady St., Clayton 27520 

Haywood Medlin, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


Wilbur Pulley, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 
Tommy Williams, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
Elmer Pilkington, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 
George E. Johnson, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 
Larry Dupree, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Chester Wilkins, Pine Level 27569 

Herman E. Jones, 216 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. W. A. Hood, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Jimmy Bailey, Kenly 27542 


John D. Johnson, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Thomas Woodell, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Mr. Pervy Parrish, P.O. Box 251, Micro 27555 
Therman Batten, Drawer J, Middlesex 27557 
Clarence Warren, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366 


Charles Boykin, City 33, Box 6, Wilson 27893 
James Braswell, Rt. 3, Smithfield 
Landis Adams, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 
Luther Whitley, Box 203, Micro 27555 
Hugh Allen, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 


CHURCHES 


Antioch 
Baptist Center 
Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
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Clydes 


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Hales 


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Hoods Grove 
Kenly 

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Live Oak 
Lyles Memorial 
Micro 
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Newton Grove 


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Parrish Mem. 
Pauline 



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1 Association 

JCHIMSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


1 Associational Training Union Director 

ID. ELVIN JOHNSON 


Address City State Zip 

Route 1 Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


None 
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Paul Brown, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 54, Zebulon 27597 

None 

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Larry Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

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Roger Sulton, Rt. 2, Kenley 27542 

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Lacy Wall, Rt. 4, Box 409, Smithfield 27577 
Lois Capps, 211 S. Raiford, Selma 27576 
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Noal Blackman, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Melvin Pierce, Rt. 3, Box 389, Clayton 27520 

Ralph Moore, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

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Rev. James Colvin, Box 93, Newton Grove 28366 


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Baptist T'acle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
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Black man's Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational WMU Director 

MRS. L. R. STANLEY 


Address C '«V State Zip 

Box 609 Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Mrs. Doc Oliver, Pine Level 27568 

Mrs. Bertha Hill, 111 Sumter Rd., Goldsboro 27533 

Mrs. C.R. Murphy, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angien 

Mrs. G.F. Brown, Box 305, Princeton 27569 


None Listed on Church Letter 

Mrs. W.H. Pender, 405 W. Elizabeth St., Selma 27576 
Mrs. Grover Creech, Rt. 4, Longview Dr., Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Peggy Johnson, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
Mrs. J.E. Teague, 511 S. 4th St., Smithfield 27577 


Mrs. Carolyn Howell, Rt. 2, Box 372 A, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Janie J. Moore, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27576 

Mrs. David Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Grace Driver, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Marion Wall, Rt. 2, Box 521 B, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Rt. 3, Smithfield 


j CHURCHES 


Pine Level 

Pinkney 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 
Smithfield 


Stevens Chapel 
Thanksgiving 
Trinity 
Watkins 
White Oak 
Wilson's Mills 



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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION _ 

State 

NORTH CAROI INA 


R. 

City State Zip 

Clayton North Carolina 27520 


Albert Boykin, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Etta Mae Canady, 203 Blanch St., Clayton 27520 
John R. Richardson, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Herbert Whittington, Box 5, Benson 27504 
Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 


K. D. Stancil, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 
Glen Davis, Rt. 2, Box 374, Clayton 27520 
Woodrow Ivey, Rt. 3, Dunn 28334 
Fulton Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
W. T. Allen, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 


Nelson W. Newton, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Kenneth Anderson, Micro 27555 
Henry F. Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893 
J. H. Nappier, Box 35, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Zella Strickland, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


Oscar Wyatt Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Lacy Wall, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. John Lewis, Box 61, Selma27576 
Jesse Keen, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. F. C. Vann, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Charles Glen Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Margaret Canady, 315 Page St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Gordon Hudson, Rt. 1, Benson 27504 

Mr. J. D. Bailey, Kenly 27542 

Oris Stallings, Middlesex 27557 


Chloe Scott, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Muriel Heath, Box 73, Clayton 

Mr. Thurman Batten, Box 103, Micro 

Cecil Williford, Box 240, Middlesex 27557 

Dewayne West, Box 82, Newton Grove 28336 


Reuben Strickland, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 
Mrs. Nancy Cabe, Stancil St., Smithfield 
Thel Price, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 
Arbie Bass, Box 36, Micro 27555 
Barber R. Wood, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 


Associations! Treasurer 

S. T. ANDERSON, J 

Address 


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Carter's Chapel 
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Corinth 

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Four Oaks 
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Association |; 
.lOHNSTON RAPTIST ASSOCIATION 1 


State j 1 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Treasurer 


Address City State Zip j 

Clayton North Carolina ?7R?P. 


TREASURERS & ADDRESSES 


Hubert F. Radford, Pine Level 27568 
Mrs. Faye Bailey, Rt. 2, Box 253-A, Pikeville 27863 
M. P. Braswell, Rt. 1, Box 230, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Jacqueline Gregory, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
Mr. Earl S. Price Box 236, Princeton 27569 


Thurmond Strickland 

B. T. Godwin, 402 Cherry St., Selma 27576 
H. Shelton Castleberry, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 
Eugene Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
G. A. Allen, 401 S. Sec. St., Smithfield 


Durwood A. Daughtry, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Clifton Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Sherwood Tart, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Seba Hixton, Rt. 3, Zebulon 27597 
Charles H. Johnson, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520 
D. P. Brown, Wilson's Mills 27593 


CHURCHES 


Pine Level 

Pinkney 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 
Smithfield 


Stevens Chapel 
Thanksgiving 
Trinity 
Watkins 
White Oak 
Wilson's Mills 



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1 JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


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NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Superintendent of Missions (Associational Missionary) 

REV. RAYMOND E. MOORE 


Address City State Zip 

Box 164 Four Oaks N.C. 27524 


CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 


Mrs. Worth C. Brown, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Joyce Marshburn, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. J. Ray Nowell, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Mrs. James Rose, Box 8, Benson 27504 
Mrs. Vaden Barbour, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


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Mrs. Clayton McLamb, Rt. 2, Benson 
Mrs. Herma Massengill, Rt. 2, Box 299, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 


Arnie C. Morgan, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Woodrow Lamm, Box 164, Micro 27555 
Miss Modie Morris, Rt. 2, Box 497, Wilson 27893 
Mrs. J.W. Lee, 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. EInora S. Phipps, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


William F. Andrews, Box 312, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. Charlotte Wall, Rt. 4, Box 409, Smithfield 27577 

Bonnie Cooke, 904 S. Raiford St., Selma 27576 

James Bryan Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 

Miss B. Jaye Bunn, Rt. 3, Box 12, Zebulon 27597 


Mrs. Joann Peedin, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 
Roy Benson, 219 John St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Mrs. H.V. Edgerton, Kenly 
Mrs. Ethel Faison, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Lois Jones, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Betty J. Evans, 411 Andrews St., Clayton 

Mrs. S. Jean Barnes, Rt. 3, Selma 

Mrs. Frances Chamblee, Box 226, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Edna Jackson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 


Mrs. Charles B. Boykin, City 33, Box 6, Wilson 27893 
Mrs. Edith Dees, Rt. 3, Box 238, Smithfield 27577 
George W. Allen, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. Linwood E. Price, Rt. 3, Box 180, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Linda Wood, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 


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Baptist Center 
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Benson 
Benson Grove 


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Black mans Grove 
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1 Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


1 Associational Superintendent of Missions (Associational Missionary) 

|REV. RAYMOND E. MOORE 


Address City State Zip 

Box 164 Four Oaks N.C. 27524 


CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 


Robert L. Thompson, Box 211, Pine Level 27568 

Mrs. Annie M. Pittman, Rt. 2, Box 334-A, Pikeville 27863 

Mrs. Irvin Thompson, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Eva B. Austin, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Mrs. G.F. Brown, Box 305, Princeton 27569 


Delphia 0. Whitley, Rt. 2, Box 160, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Carroll Wooten, Rt. 3, Box 517 B, Smithfield 27577 
Harold Tharrington, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Judy G. Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
William Barnes, 211 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 


Jerry Oliver, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Dorothy Driver, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Bobby Johnson, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 


CHURCHES 


Pine Level 

Pinkney 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 
Smithfield 


Stevens Chp. 
Thanksgiving 
Trinity 
Watkins 
White Oak 
Wilson's Mills 



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[ TABLE 1 SPECIAL INFORMATION 1971 


Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


1 State 

INORTH CAROLINA 


Moderator 

REVEREND JOHN RYBERG 


Address City State Zip 

Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 


Fred Johnson, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Dick Lee, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Harold Andrews, Box 331, Wendell 27591 
Lavalle Levinson, Pine St., Benson 27504 
Barry Barbour, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


Earl Brown, Selma 27576 
Luther C. Puckett, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Malah McLamb, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Lawrence Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 


E. B. Williams, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
A. C. Grady, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 
Roland Melancon, Box 188, Bailey 

Thurman Davis, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


W. S. Jones, Jr., P.O. Box 566, Smithfield 27577 
W. G. Ricks, Ricks Rd., Selma 27576 
H. J. Beeker, Four Oaks 27524 
Larry Dupree, Rt. 1, Zebu Ion 27507 


Wilton Evans, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Cameron Mercer, 309 W. Home St., Clayton 27520 

Joe E. Hudson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Dr. B. L. Woodard, Kenly 27542 

Glenn Driver, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Sherwood Hayes, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Henry Woodell, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Thurman Batten, Box 103, Micro 27555 
L. G. Deans, Rt. 2, Middlesex 27557 
Everette A. Carr, Newton Grove 28366 


J. T. Boykin, Box 95, Sims 27880 
Edwin Price, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 
George Allen, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 
Bill Barswell, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 
Joe David Massey, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 


CHURCHES 


Antioch 
Baptist Center 
Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
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Blackmons Grove 
Bumell 


Calvary 

Carter's Chapel 
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Kenly 

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Live Oak 
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TABLE 1 SPECIAL INFORMATION 1971 | 


Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Moderator 

REVEREND JOHN RYBERG 


Address City State Zip 

Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 


Harvey Pittman, Rt. 2, Pikesville 27863 
Harold Peeden, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Alton Whitley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 
Troy Buffkin, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592 
E. E. Wiggs, Box 397, Princeton 27569 


W. L. Strickland, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Wilson Broadwell, P.O. Box 207, Selma 27576 
Edward Renfrew, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
Amos W. Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
Harvey Price, Box 1028, Smithfield 27577 


J. H. Hatcher, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
James Webb, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Russell Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Glenn Moore, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520 
Babe Jones, Wilson Mills 27593* 


! CHURCHES 


Pine Level 

Pinkney 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 
Smithfield 


Stevens Chapel 
Thanksgiving 
Trinity 
Watkins 
White Oak 
lA/ilson's Mills 



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BETHANY 
BETHESDA 
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BLACKMANS GROVE 
BURNELL 
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CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 

CLYDES CHAPEL 

CORINTH 

CRESTWOOD 

FAITH 

FOUR OAKS 

HALES CHAPEL 

HEPHZIBAH 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL 

HOOD'S GROVE 

KENLY 

LEES CHAPEL 
j LIVE OAK 

LYLES MEMORIAL 

MICRO 
I MIDDLESEX 

NEWTON GROVE 
: NOBLE'S CHAPEL 
I OLIVER'S GROVE 

PARRISH MEMORIAL 
(PAULINE 

PINE LEVEL 
(PINKNEY 
i PISGAH 

I j PLEAS A NT GROVE 

PRINCETON 

jSARDIS 
ij SELMA 



Erdene Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

Mrs. E.C. Reeves, Rt. 1, Clayton, 27520 

None 

None 

None 

None 

Linda Brown, Rt. 2, Selma, 27576 
None 

Mrs. Wilson Champion, 330 Stallings, St. Clayton, 

27520 

Miss Patricia Medlin, Rt. 1, Wendell, 27597 

Mrs. Annie High, Rt. 1, Zebulon, 27597 

Mrs. Billie J. Simpson, Rt. 3, Smithfield, 27577 

None 

Mrs. R. E. Moore, Main St. , Four Oaks, 27524 

Mrs. Marvin Hinton, Rt. 1, Zebulon, 27597 

None 

None 

None 

Mrs. R. A. Simmons, Kenly, 27542 

Sue Stallings, Middlesex, 27557 

Ann Peed, Rt. #1, Selma, N.C. 27576 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

Mrs. E. Street Jones, Jr. , Pine Level, 27568 
None 

Mrs. Alton Whitley, Rt. 3, Box 107, Smithfield, 

27577 

Mrs. Gail Jones, Rt. #1, Angie # r, N.C. 

Miss Erma Lee Woodard, Box 267, Princeton, 27569 
None 

Mrs. Jerry Wood, 400 N. Sumner St. , Selma, 27576 
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SHARON 
SHILOH 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
SMITHFIELD, NORTH 
STEVENS CHAPEL 

THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 

WATKINS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 
WILSON'S MILLS 



Mrs. Valeria Vinson, Rt. 4, Smithfield, 27577 

None 

None 

None 

Mrs. Carolyn Howell, Rt. 2, Box 372A, Smithfield 

27577 

None 
None 
None 
None 
None 



ORGANISTS (or pianist if no organist) 



Name of church 

ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BETHESDA 

BEULAH 

BLACKMANS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 
CORINTH 
CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 

HOODS GROVE 
KENLY 

LEE'S CHAPEL 



Organist's name and address 



Mrs. Hilda McLeod, Rt. 1, Middlesex 

Willa Standley, Rt. 1, Clayton, 27520 

Mrs. Kenneth Nowell, Rt. 1, Wendell, 27591 

Miss Wilhelmina Uhey, Main St. , Benson, 27504 

Maratha Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 

Mrs. Carroll Barnes, Rt. 2, Selma, 27576 

Miss Elizabeth Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton, 27520 

Miss Judy McLamb, Rt. 2, Dunn, 28334 

Mrs. Earl Johnson, Rt. 2, Four Oaks, 27524 

Mrs. Jimmy Thomas, Rt. 3, Four Oaks, 27524 

Miss Thersea Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn, 28334 

Mrs. Roger Edwards, Rt. 3, Selma, 27576 

Miss Rita Deans, Rt. 2, Wilson, 27893 

Miss Debbie Batten, Box 276, Clayton, 27520 

Miss Verna E. Phipps, Rt. 1, Wendell, 27591 

None 

Mrs. Mary Whitley, Rt. 3, Smithfield, 27577 
Mrs. Freddie Peedin, Selma, 27576 
Miss Annette Langdon, Four Oaks, 27524 
Mrs. Bobby R. Brown, Rt. 1, Zebulon, 27597 
Miss Kathy Eatman, Box 134, Princeton, 27569 
Mrs. Peggy Dupree, 207 N. Fayetteville St., Clayton 

27520 

Mrs. Roland Parker, Rt. 1, Newton Grove, 28366 
Miss Janice Wallace, Kenly, 27542 
Mrs. Cramer Kemp, Rt. 1, Middlesex, 27557 



ORGANISTS (or pianist if no organist) 
Name of church Organist's name and address 

LIVE OAK Mrs. Linda Creech, Rt. 1, Selma, 27576 



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LYLES MEMORIAL 
MICRO 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLE'S CHAPEL 
OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PINKNEY 



Mrs. Ann Hogg, Rt. 2, Box 550, Clayton, 27520 
Janice Batten, Rt. 2, Selma, 27576 
Mrs. Barbara Nell Strickland, Middlesex, 27557 
Thomas Williford, Newton Grove, 28366 
Mrs. Evelyn Glover, Rt. 1, Sims, 27880 
Miss Lanie Tyner, Rt. 3, Four Oaks, 27524 
Mrs. Jarvis Pearce, Rt. 2, Selma, 2757 6 
Miss Janice Lee, Rt. 1, Four Oaks, 27524 
Mrs. C.J. Godwin, Pine Level, 27568 



PINKNEY 


Janet Collier, Kenly 


PISGAH 


James L. Massengill, Rt. 3, Box 177, 




Four Oaks, 27524 


PLEASANT GROVE 


None 


PRINCETON 


Mrs. Cecil Johnson, Princeton, 27569 


SARDIS 


Connie Whitley, Smithfield, 27577 


SELMA 


Mrs. Melba Woodruff, N. Green St. , Selma, 27576 


SHARON 


Mrs. Rex Starling, Rt. 4, Smithfield, 27577 


SHILOH 


Mrs. Ramona Crouse, Rt. 1, Garner, 27529 


SMITHFIELD, FIRST 


Thad Hardee, 411 Woodall St., Smithfield, 27577 


SMITHFIELD, NORTH 


Miss Jo Anne Hamilton, Stancil St. , 




Smithfield, 27577 


STEVENS CHAPEL 


Mr. J.V. Wellon, Sr., Rt. 2, Smithfield, N.C. 




27577 


THANKSGIVING 


Mrs. Lynwood Price, Rt. 1, Selma, 27576 


TRINITY 


Mrs. Cathy Clifton, Rt„ 2, Benson, 27504 


WATKINS CHAPEL 


Miss Julie Wilson, Rt. 1, Middlesex, 27557 


WHITE OAK 


Mrs. Glenn W. Moore, Rt. 2, Box 586, 




Clayton, 27520 


WILSON'S MILLS 


Mrs. Willis Creech, Rt. 3, Smithfield, 27577 



LAY REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOC. 
EXECUTIVE BOARD 



ANHOCH - Worth Brown, Rt. 2, Box 210, Selma, 27576 

Bobby Hinton, Rt. 1, Middlesex 
BAPTIST CENTER - Ruffin Canady, Rt. 3, Box 360, Clayton, 27520 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE - Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell, 27591 
| BENSON - None 
j BENSON GROVE - None 

I BETHANY - G.R. Stancil, Rt. 2, Kenly, 27542 

BETHESDA - D.P. Lee, Rt. 1, Clayton, 27520 

BEULAH - Woodrow Ivey, Rt. 3, Dunn, 28334 
jBLACKMANS GROVE - W.D. Beasley 

BURNELL - Josephus Johnson, Rt. 1, Willow Springs, 27592 
CALVARY - E B. Williams, Rt.2, Dunn, 28334 



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CARTERS CHAPEL - None 
CEDAR GROVE - None 

CLAYTON, FIRST - James Little, Box 182, Clayton, 27591 
CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Nevell Davis, Rt. 1, Box 9-A, Wendell, 27591 
CORINTH - Oscar Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell, 27591 
CRESTWOOD - None 
FAITH - None 

FOUR OAKS - Douglas Johnson, Rt. 2, Four Oaks, 27524 
HALES CHAPEL - Marvin Hint on, Rt. 1, Zebulon, 27597 
HEPHZ1BAH - E.W. Howell, Rt. 1, Princeton, 27569 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL - None 

HOOD'S GROVE - Norman Jackson, Rt. 2, Benson, 27504 

KENLY - None 

LEES CHA PEL - None 

LIVE OAK - None 

LYLES MEMORIAL - Mr. John Auton 
MICRO - None 

MIDDLESEX - William G. Morris, Box 186, Middlesex, 27557 
NEWTON GROVE - None 

NOBLES CHA PEL - Irvin Morris, Rt. 1, Sims, 27880 
OLIVERS GROVE - None 
PARRISH MEMORIAL - None 
PAULINE - Roger Gower 

PINE LEVEL - Harold Peeden, Rt. 3, Selma, 27576 
PINKNEY - None 

PISGAH - Alton Whitley, Rt. 3, Box 107, Smithfield, 27577 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mr. Alton Johnson, Rt. 3, Ral., N.C. 
PRINCETON - None 

SARDIS - William Godwin, Jr., 310 Godwin St., Selma, 27576 
SELMA - George Sturgeon, 308 N. Pollock St., Selma, 27576 
SHARON - Edward Renfrow, Rt. 4, Smithfield, 27577 
SHILOH - None 

SMITHFIELD - E.S. Simpson, 716 Sunset Dr., Smithfield, 27577 
George Most, 112 Riverside Dr., Smithfield, 27577 
A.L. Brown, P.O. Box 935, Smithfield, N.C., 27577 

SMITHFIELD, NORTH - None 

STEVENS CHA PEL - J.V. Wellons, Rt. 2, Smithfield, 27577 
THANKSGIVING - S.C. Woodard, Rt. 1, Selma, 27576 
TRINITY - Russell Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson, 27504 
WATKINS CHAPEL - Odell Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon, 27597 
WHITE OAK - J.T. Smith, Rt. 2, Clayton, 27520 
WILSON'S MILLS - Willis Creech, Rt. 3, Smithfield, 27577 
L.A. Johnson, Rt. 3, Smithfield, 27577 



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Minutes * Church Histories * Church Directories * Book of Reports * Sermon Books * Genealogies 



Southern Baptist Pr« 

Wolfe City, Texas 




JOHNSTON 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 1972 

Abingdon Press. 



ANNUAL 
of the 

JOHNSTON 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
North Carolina 

Containing 

Proceedings of the 

SEVENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 

FOUR OAKS BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 16, 1972 

WHITE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 17, 1972 



The next Annual Session will be held at 
CORINTH CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 22, 1973 

and 

HALES CHAPEL CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 23, 1973 



JSebtcatton 



THE SEVENTIETH ANNUAL IS DEDICATED 
TO 




A.G. Glenn Adam Whitley, Jr. 

"For a lifetime of devotion " For continuous service to our 

to our youth" association and county" 



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Table of Contents 

Dedication 2 

Associational Directory 4 

Sunday School Officers 4 

Church Training Officers 4 

Brotherhood Officers 4 

Music Officers 4 

Library Officers 4 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 5 

Standing Committees 5 

Messengers 7 

Constitution 9 

Proceedings 12 

In Memoriam - Our Beloved Dead 39 

Ordained Ministers Not Serving as Pastors 42 

Assistant Pastors 42 

Ministers Licensed This Year 42 

Ministers Ordained This Year 43 

Historical Events of Special Interest 43 

Historical Table 44 

Map of the Association 34-35 

Program 13 

Statistical Tables 46 

Church Directory 64 



Associational Directory 



Moderator M.B. MacLeod, Jr., Box 1337, Smithfield 27577 

Vice -Moderator , Alfred T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 

Clerk George B. Mast, Box 119, Smithfield 27577 

Treasurer S.T. Anderson, Jr., Box 745, Cl'ayton 27520 

Historian Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Superintendent of Missions R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 



ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



Director James Little, Box 182, Clayton 27520 

Teacher Improvement Director Rudolph Starling, Route 3, Selma 27576 

Vacation Bible School Director . . . Donald K. Horn, Route 1, Smithfield 27577 

Extension Activity Director Hoyt Locke, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Preschool Director Mrs. Norwood Jones, Pine Level 27568 

Children's Director Mrs. Berry Oliver, Pine Level 27568 

Youth Director Mrs. C.B. Wood, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 

Adult Director Glenwood Brown, Route 2, Princeton 27569 



ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 



Director C. Ray Yarborough, Jr., Route 2, Benson 27504 

Adult Director Billy Wiggs, Smithfield 27577 

Youth Director Billy W. Stephens, 202 N. Sumner, Selma 27576 

Children's Director Mrs. Andrew Moon, Route 1, Willow Springs 27592 

Preschool Director Mrs. Norwood Jones, Pine Level 27568 



ASSOCIATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 



Director , Edison Temple, Four Oaks 27524 

Royal Ambassador Leader Nathan Peterson, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 

Mission Action Leader C.L. Hinton, Princeton 27569 

Mission Study Leader George Sturgeon, Selma 27576 



ASSOCIATIONAL MUSIC OFFICERS 



Director Bolton Jones, Route 1, Smithfield 27577 

Director of Youth Music Mrs. Patrick Forbes, Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Director of Children's Music Mrs. Jack Colwell, Four Oaks 27524 



ASSOCIATIONAL LIBRARY OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. E. Street Jones, Jr., Pine Level 27568 

Consultants Bill Stillerman, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. R.E. Moore, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. Herman Vinson, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. C.D. Peacock, Route 2, Benson 27504 



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ASSOCIATIONAL WOMAN* S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 



Director Mrs. R.E. Moore, Four Oaks 27524 

Baptist Women's Director . .. Mrs, William Barnes, 211 Woodlawn Drive, Smithfield 

27577 

Baptist Young Women's Director . .. Mrs, Walter Wood, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Treasurer Mrs, F.E. Allen, Clayton 27520 

Acteens Director Mrs, Charles Strickland, 111 Holding, Smithfield 27577 

Girls in Action Director Mrs. Joe Evans, Route 1, Smithfield 27577 

Associate Director Mrs. Jan Barry, 505 E. Hancock, Smithfield 27577 

Mission Friends Director , , , , Mrs, Mike Moore, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Mission Activity Chairman Mrs. Cameron Mercer, 309 W. Home, Clayton 

Mission Prayer Chairman Mrs. Tom Stanley, Smithfield 27577 

Secretary , , . Mrs, Tony Lassiter, Route 4, Box 272, Smithfield 27577 

Officer at Large Mrs. Hume Creech, Route 3; Clayton 27520 

GROUP LEADERS: 

Group 1 - Mrs. A.D. Driver, Middlesex 27557 

Group 2 - Mrs. R.E. Earp, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Group 3 - Mrs. A.T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 

Group 4 - Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Route 2, Smithfield 27577 

Group 5 - Mrs. Dalmon Lee, Route 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Group 6 - Mrs. Mayo Tart, Route 3, Benson 27504 

Group 7 - Mrs. Leata Allen Barnes, 1129 W, Main, Clayton 27520 

Group 8 - Mrs. Sam Narron, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mitchiner Loan Fund Committee: Mrs. S.E. Powell, Princeton 27569 Route 2; Miss 
Alberta Boyette, Route 2, Princeton 27569; Mrs. Joe Parrish, Benson 27504. 
Nominating Committee: Mrs. George Bunn, Box 206, Kenly 27542; Mrs. R.E, Earp, 
Selma 27576. 



ASSOCIATIONAL COMMITTEES FOR 1972-73 

Appointed by Moderator M. B. MacLeod, Jr. 
White Oak Baptist Church, October 17, 1972 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS: 

Mrs. Doc R. Oliver, Chairman, Pine Level 27568 
Patrick Forbes, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. S. Clarence Woodard, Route 1, Selma 27576 
Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 
George Knight, Kenly 27542 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS: 

A.T. Ayscue, Chairman, Pine Level 27568 
Mrs. S.E. Powell, Princeton 27569 



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J.T. Smith, Route 2, Clayton 27520 

C. E. Clayton, Box 145, Pine Level 27568 

Mrs. William Barnes, 211 Woodlawn Drive, Smithfield 27577 
Patrick Forbes, P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520 

COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER: 
Alton Johnson, Chairman, Route 3, Raleigh 27603 

D. Elvin Johnson, Route 1, Smithfield 27577 
Ray Yarborough, Route 2, Benson 27504 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS: 

Wayne Martin, Chairman, 506 W. Waddell Street, Selma 27576 
W.B. Stillerman, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577 
Herman Jones, 216 Crescent Drive, Clayton 27520 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

Patrick Forbes, Chairman, P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520 
Henry Whitley, Wilson's Mills Road, Smithfield 27577 
Donald Price, 204 West Main Street, Benson 27504 
Troy Page, Jr., Crescent Drive, Clayton 27520 
Jack Pennington, 518 Rice Circle, Wake Forest 27587 

REPORTER: 

Mrs. R. E. Moore, Four Oaks 27524 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS: 

John Ryberg, Chairman, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577 

Donald Price, 204 West Main Street, Benson 27504 

Patrick Forbes, P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 

A.T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 

Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Wayne Martin, 506 W. Waddell Street, Selma 27576 

Mike Moore, Route 1, Selma 27576 

A.L. Brown, 614 A, South Fourth Street, Smithfield 27577 

MEMORIALS: 

Mrs. J. Ray Nowell, Route 1, Wendell 27591 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM: 

Shuford Edwins, Chairman, Route 1, Wendell 27591' 

Wayne Harper, P.O. Box 358, Clayton 27520 

James Womble, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 

Blake Thomas, Route 2, Benson 27504 

C.W. Driver, Route 2, Box 589, Clayton 27520 

Chester Capps, Clayton 27520 

Andrew Moon, Route 1, Box 214, Willow Springs 27592 



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REPRESENTATIVES OF INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES: 
BAPTIST COLLEGES - E.S. Simpson, Smithfield 27577 
BAPTIST HOSPITAL - Dr. Woodrow Batten, Smithfield 27577 
N.C. BAPTIST HOMES, INC. - Wayne Martin, Selma 27576 
N.C. BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES - Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, Route 4, 

Box 90, Smithfield 27577 
BAPTIST FOUNDATION - George Knight, Kenly 27542 
CHRISTIAN LITERATURE - John Ryberg, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577 
COOPERATIVE PROGRAM - Harold White, 330 Crescent Drive, Clayton 

27520 

ANNUITY BOARD, S.B.C. - Fletcher Ford, Phillips Street, Smithfield 
27577 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY - N.R. Demchak, Route 3, Box 480, Smith- 
field 27577 



MESSENGERS TO ASSOCIATION 



ANTIOCH - Mrs, and Mrs. Leon Whitley, Mrs. Sam Narron, Mrs. Violet Narron 

BAPTIST CENTER - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Canady, Mr. Richard Lee 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bailey, Mrs. Ruby Driver, Mrs. Nellie 

Chamblee, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Strickland, Mrs. Odessa Batten, Mr. and Mrs. J. 

Ray Nowell 
BENSON BAPTIST - None 

BENSON GROVE - Mr. and Mrs. Victor Byrd, Mr. Shelton Benson, Mrs. Barry Barbour 
BETHANY - Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Batten, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown, Mrs. Wilbert Parrish, 

Mr. G.V. Stancil, Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler, Mrs. D.E. Stancil, Mrs. Ethel 

Batten 

BETHESDA - Mrs. Luther C. Puckett, Mrs. Gertie Thomas, Mr. Ayden Lee; ALTER- 
NATES: Mrs. E.C. Reeves, Mrs. D.P. Lee and Mr. Wilbert D. Evans 

BEULAH - Malah McLamb, Woodrow Ivey, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lee Barefoot 

BLACKMAN'S GROVE - Mrs. Delmon Lee, Mrs. Earl Johnson, Charlie Johnson, Mrs. 
Charlie Johnson, Earl Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Beasley 

BURNELL - Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Lassiter, Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill Massengill, Mrs. 
Bobby Johnson 

CALVARY - Mrs. Charles Denning, Mrs. John Morgan, Mr. E.B. Williams, Mr. 

Charles Denning, Mr. Nelson Newton 
CARTERS CHAPEL - Mr. A.C. Grady, Mrs. Myrtle Grady, Mrs. Bertha Mozingo, Mr. 

Louis Edwards, Mrs. Gertrude Edwards 
CEDAR GROVE - Roney Mercer, Henry Dail 
CLAYTON, FIRST - 

CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Robert C. White, Mrs. Nannie Painter, Mrs. Mozell Spell, Mr. 
Nevell Davis, Roderick Strickland, Mrs. Iva Strickland, ALTERNATES: Mrs. Delia 
Medlin, Miss Verna Phipps, Mr. H.T. Painter, Rodney Phipps 
CORINTH - Mrs. R.G. O'Neal, S.K. Richardson, Mrs. S.K. Richardson, James A. 
Womble, Mrs. W.F. Andrews, Mrs. James A. Womble; ALTERNATES: Mr. and 
Mrs. Donald Michael 

CRESTWOOD - Connie Simpson, Deborah Wall, Marshall Putnam, Steve Simmons 



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FAITH - Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Ballard 

FOUR OAKS - Mr. Edison Temple, Mrs. Edison Temple, Jack Colwell, Reverend 

and Mrs. R.E. Moore, Douglas Johnson, Mrs. B.B. Creech; ALTERNATES: Mrs. 

Jack Colwell, Mrs. Vera Jones, Mrs. G.S. Gates 
HALES CHAPEL - Mr. and Mrs. Will Creech, Mrs. Douglas Brown, Mrs. James 

Leonard, ALTERNATES: Mrs. Jessie Driver and Mrs. Roy Brown 
HEPHZIBAH - Robert Bridgeman, Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Randall 

Daughtry; ALTERNATES: Mr. and Mrs. William Whitfield, Mr. and Mrs. Clark 

Sum merlin, Mr. J.C. Evans 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL - Mr. Eric Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Bill Thorne; Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Jones, Mrs. Mae Knowles 
HOOD'S GROVE - Joe E. Hudson, Mrs. Joe E. Hudson, Mrs. Georgia Lee; ALTER- 
NATES: Mrs. Norman Jackson, Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Mrs. Lena Lee 
KENLY - 

LEE'S CHAPEL - Gary Morris, Mrs. Oris Stallings, Mrs. Joe Faison, Mrs. Marvin 

Lee, Mrs. Arthur Driver 
LIVE OAK - Mrs. Chloe Scott, Hoyt Lock, Mrs. Roney Hicks 

LYLES MEMORIAL - Buel Creason, Mr. Donald Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wood - 
ell 

MICRO, FIRST - Mr. Arthur Braswell, Mr. and Mrs. W. Arthur Boykin, Mr. and Mrs. 
Pervy Parrish 

MIDDLESEX - Mr. W.G. Morris, Mrs. C.L. Corbett, Mrs. Nancy Lewis, Mrs. J.C. 

Overman, Mrs. J.M. Davis, Mrs. Gary Fulghum 
NEWTON GROVE - 

NOBLES CHAPEL - Mr. Reuben Strickland, Mr. Edward Boykin, Mr. Ferby Fulghum, 
Mrs. Carl D. Glover, Mrs. James Boyette, Mrs. R.D. Richards 

OLIVER'S GROVE - Mrs. Johnnie Price, Mr. Carlie C. Moore, Mrs. Johnnie Moore, 
Mr. Hyman Ingram, Mrs. Susan Ingram 

PARRISH MEMORIAL - Mrs. Vena Little, Mr. Larry Elmore, Johnny Medlin, Bill 
Braswell, Mrs. Alise Medlin, Mrs. Esther BraswelL 

PAULINE - Hugh Allen, Johnny Guy, Earl Lee, ALTERNATES: Mrs. Hugh Allen, Mrs. 
Johnny Guy, Mrs. Earl Lee 

PINE LEVEL - Rudolph Starling, Mrs. Rudolph Starling, A.T. Ayscue, Mrs. Ben Park- 
er, Mrs. Marshall Creech 

PINKNEY - Harvey J. Pittman, Belmon Bailey, Norwood Mitchell, Clinnon Mitchell 

P1SGAH - Donald Horn, Mrs. Donald Horn, Walter Morgan, Mrs. Walter Morgan, 
Mr. Bolton Jones, Blake Thomas; ALTERNATES: Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lee 

PLEASANT GROVE - Alton Johnson, Mrs. Medwick Byrd, Troy Buffkin; ALTERNATES: 
Miss Retha Johnson, Mrs. Willie Marcom, Hector Langdon 

PRINCETON - Mrs. Leonard Britt, Mrs. Nora Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Brown, 
Reverend and Mrs. Horace Ricks, Miss Alberta Boyette, Bob Pearce, Mrs. Clitus 
Hinton 

SARDIS - Mrs. Carl Daughtry, Mrs. Charlie Creech, Mrs. Milton Daughtry 

SELMA - Mrs. Effie Flowers, Miss Julia Grant, Miss Rena King, George Sturgeon, 

Mrs. George Sturgeon, Wayne Martin 
SHARON - Bob Coats, M.B. MacLeod, Mrs. Agnes Stanley, Ed Renfrow; ALTERNATES: 

Mrs. Shelton Castleberry, Mrs. Henry Whitley 
SHILOH - B.A. Johnson, Peggy Johnson, Mrs. Paul Morrow 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST - Mrs. William Barnes, Mrs. J.D. Evans, George Mast, John 



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Ryberg, Mr. E.S. Simpson, William B. Stillerman, Mrs. C.W. Warrick, Dr. Wood- 
row Batten, Tim Pittman, Teresa Wiggs 
SMITHFIELD, NORTH - Iloyd McLeod, Mrs. Edith Dees 

STEPHENS CHAPEL - Mr. and Mrs. John V. Wellons, Mr. and Mrs. David A. Pee din, 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Almond Mob ley 
THANKSGIVING - Mile Moore, Mrs. Mike Moore, C.C. Perry, S.C. Woodard, Mrs. 

Evelyn Lynch 

TRINITY - Alton Lawhon, Mrs. O.H. Barefoot, Mrs. C.C. Barefoot, Mr. and Mrs. 

Wilbur A If or d, Ray Yarborough, Jr. 
W ATKINS CHAPEL - Mrs. Avon Creech, Mrs. Worth Creech, Walter Wood 
WHITE OAK - Mrs. Eddie W. Davis, Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Mrs. Mildred Price, 

Mrs. Agnes Barnes, Mrs. Mary Lou Barnes, Mr. Hoyt Castleberry, Jake Barnes 
WILSON'S MILLS - Mrs. Harvey Stuckey, Mrs. Lester Barbour, Mrs. Floyd Corbett, 

Mrs. Ethel Lamm, Braxton Wood, Lester Barbour, Mrs. Norman Strickland 



Constitution 

ARTICLE I. NAME 
The name of the association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II PURPOSE 

The purpose of the association' shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, 
expansion, and strengthening of the work of our lord in Johnston County and such im- 
mediately contiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgement of the as- 
sociation; to promote unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches; and to further 
the spirit of cooperation with the Baptist work in general* as set forth by the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of messengers from the af- 
filiated churches. The number of messengers from each church shall be as follows: 
Four messengers for the first one hundred members or fraction thereof, and one addi- 
tional messenger for each additional hundred members or major fraction thereof. Such 
messengers shall be duly certified in the annual letters sent by the churches to the 
annual meeting of the association. The courtesies of the floor may be extended at the 
discretion of the body to representatives of our denominational interests, and also to 
ministers and members of other Christian organizations. 

ARTICLE IV. NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the Execu- 
tive Committee, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until 
the next annual meeting of the association, at which time the new church may be voted 
into the membership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. Application for membership into the association shall be filed with the Asso- 
ciational Council six months prior to the annual meeting of the association. 



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ARTICLE V. MEETINGS 



The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday in 
October at such place as was decided at the preceding annual meeting. In case of 
emergency, the Executive Committee shall have authority to make changes in either 
time or place of meeting, as may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI. AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperative body for the purpose of fellowship, pro- 
motion, and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church 
with reference to its own government or internal policy. However, the association may 
upon invitation of the church send a committee to counsel with and advise that church. 

2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a 
written request. 

3. The association may withdraw fellowship from a church for a just cause upon 
recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval by the Executive Com- 
mittee and by a majority vote of the members of the association present and voting. 

ARTICLE VII. OFFICERS 

1. The general officers of the association shall be a Moderator, Vice- Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and a Historian, each elected to a one- year term at the annual 
meeting of the association, and a Superintendent of Missions who is not subject to 
annual election. 

2. The Moderator shall preside over sessions of the association and shall act as 
chairman of the Executive Committee, The Vice- Moderator shall preside in the ab- 
sence of the Moderator. The Clerk shall record, print, and distribute the Annual of the 
body. The Treasurer shall receive and disburse all funds of the association subject to 
its order. The Historian shall record events of historical interest in the work of the as- 
sociation and shall promote the preservation of associational and church records. The 
Superintendent of Missions shall have general oversight of the work of the association 
and shall give his support to the officers and committees of the association, and shall 
be available to work and counsel with the churches of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The 
committee shall submit its report during a designated business period on the last day 
of the associational session, immediately following the report further nominations may 
be made from the floor. In event of further nomination for an office, nominations for 
that office shall be voted on individually. The newly elected officers of the association 
shall take office upon adjournment of the associational session. 

4. The heads of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the Nom- 
inating Committee each year. These shall be Associational Sunday School Director, 
Associational Church Training Director, Associational Woman's Missionary Union 
Director, Associational Brotherhood Director, Associational Music Director and Asso- 
ciational Director of Library Services. The department heads shall be elected by the 
Executive Committee in the June meeting. They shall then meet as a group, with the 
Nominating Committee to select their slates of officers who shall be elected at the 
September meeting of the Executive Committee. These officers shall assume office 
at the beginning of the associational year. The officers of these organizations shall 
constitute the Council of the respective organizations. 



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ARTICLE VIII. COMMITTEES 



1. At the annual meeting of the association, the Moderator shall appoint the fol- 
lowing committees: Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Com- 
mittee on Time, Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Committee on Reso- 
lutions; Evangelism Committee; Christian Life Committee; Church Library Committee; 
Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who upon invitation of the local 
church, may assist the church in examining candidates for the ministry in regard to 
personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and Baptist practice. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational pro- 
grams during the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. The de- 
nominational programs to be represented are as follows: Baptist Colleges, Christian 
Literature, the Cooperative Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist Hos- 
pital, Children's Homes, Homes for the Aging, and American Bible Society. The Mod- 
erator working with the Committee on Order of Business, shall have the privilege of 
designating other individuals for the promotions of specific causes as such need 
arises. 

ARTICLE IX. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1. The association shall have an Executive Committee which shall be charged with 
the responsibility for carrying on all the bus in ess of the association and promoting all 
work authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of 
the work of the Executive Committee shall be presented at the annual session of the 
association. 

2. The Executive Committee shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pas- 
tor (provided the latter is a member of the church he represents), and one lay member 
of each church elected for a one- year term from October 1 to September 30; the fol- 
lowing general officers of the association: Moderator, Vice- Moderator, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Historian; also the following department officers: Associational Sunday School 
Director, Associational Church Training Director, and Associational Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union Director, Associational Brotherhood Director, Associational Music Direc- 
tor, and Associational Director of Library Services. 

3. The Executive Committee shall have the following officers: Chairman (who 
shall be the Moderator of the Association), Vice-chairman (who shall be the Vice- 
Moderator of the Association), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the Associa- 
tion), Recording Secretary (who shall be the Clerk of the Association). 

4. The Executive Committee shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time 
and place it may designate, and such called meetings as the officers may deem 
neccessary for a stated purpose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all 
members. 

5. The Executive Committee shall have an Associational Council composed of 
the general officers and the heads of the departments of the association. The Mod- 
erator of the association shall serve as chairman of this committee and the Vice- 
Moderator shall serve as vice-chairman, and Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the 
Executive Committee, and in such called meetings as the Council officers may deem 
neccessary. It shall coordinatethe work of the association and make recommendations 
to the Executive Committee about programs and promotion of the work of the associa- 
tion. 

7. The Executive Committee shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance 



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Committee at its first regular meeting of the as sociational year, of which the Treasurer 
shall be a member. This committee shall survey the needs of the association as pre- 
sented by the organizations, and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval by 
the Executive Committee. The budget adopted by the Executive Committee shall be in- 
cluded among the recommendations of the committee to the association. The Budget 
and Finance Committee shall also promote the effective operation of the current bud- 
get in cooperation with the associational Treasurer. 

8. The Executive Committee may name such other committees as it may deem 
wise for carrying on its work. 



This Constitution may be amended or revised at any annual session of the associa- 
tion by a two- thirds (2/3) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the 
proposed amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the Executive 
Committee and approved by a two-thirds (2/3) majority of that committee present and 
voting; and provided that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on 
the first day of the annual meeting of the association, but shall not be voted on until 
the second day of the meeting. Any amendments or revision shall take effect immedi- 
ately upon adoption. 



1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with Scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual 
reports shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year. 

3. The Executive Committee of the association is charged with the responsibility 
of having the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or 
accountant once each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: All departments and insti- 
tutions of the Baptist State Convention; the Librarians of the N.C. Baptist Colleges and 
the Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries; Secretary of Survey and Statistics. Baptist 
Sunday School Board., Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist Historical Society, and 
other organizations and societies which may desire and request them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be Roberts 
Rules of Order. 



1. The seventieth annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association assembled 
at Four Oaks Baptist Church on Monday evening, October 16, 1972, with moderator 
John Ryberg presiding. 

2. Bolton Jones led the congregation in singing "All Hail the Power of Jesus' 
Name." 

3. Reverend Jack Colwell, pastor of Four Oaks Baptist Church, was recognized 
and extended the welcome from the host church. 



ARTICLE X. AMENDMENT OR REVISION 




Proceedings 



Monday Evening - October 16, 1972 



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4. George B. Mast presented the program for the seventieth annual session and 
moved adoption of the program for the annual meeting of the Association, subject 
to such changes as necessary. The program was unanimously adopted. 



Program 



OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Moderator John Ryberg 

Vice Moderator M.B. McLeod 

Clerk George Mast 

Treasurer . . . S.T. Anderson, Jr. 

Historian A.L. Brown 

Superintendent of Missions . R.E. Moore 

MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 16, 1972 
FOUR OAKS BAPTIST CHURCH 

7:30 Worship 

Hymn Led by Bolton Jones. Organist from Four Oaks 

Church 

Welcome and Announcements Jack Colwell 

Adoption of Order of Business George Mast 

Scripture and Prayer Robert L, Coats 

Annaul Sermon Alfred T. Ayscue 

8:15 Hymn 

Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of Visitors and New Pastors 

Report on the Cooperative Program George Knight 

Missionary Message E.C. Wilkie, Baptist State Convention 

8:50 Report on Library Services Mrs, E. Street Jones, Jr. 

Feature, * 'Inter dependency -A Celebration of Worship Through the use of Mass 
Media*', Smithfield First Youth William Stillerman, Coordinator 

9:20 Benediction 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AND EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1972 
WHITE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 

3:00 Hymn Led by Bolton Jones, Organist from White Oak Church 

Scripture and Prayer Donald Price 

3:10 Association Reports: 

Sunday School , James Little 

Church Training Ray Yarborbugh 

W.M.U. Mrs. L.R. Stanley, Jr. 

Brotherhood Edison Temple 

Music Bolton Jones 

Evangelism Ray Yarborough 

Historian A.L. Brown 

Superintendent of Missions , R,E. Moore 

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3:50 Hymn 

Reports on Cooperative Work: 

N.C. Baptist Hospital Dr. Woodrow Batten 

N.C. Baptist Homes, Inc Robert C, White 

N.C. Baptist Foundation Robert L. Coats 

Annuity Board, S.B.C. Horace Ricks 

Christian Literature Wayne Martin 

Christian Life Patrick Forbes 

4:30 Miscellaneous Reports: 

Executive Committee George Mast, Clerk 

Digest of Church Letters George Mast 

Treasurer S.T. Anderson, Jr. 

Budget and Finance Committee Mike Moore 

American Bible Society N.R. Demchak 

5:00 Memorials Mrs. C.W. Warrick 

Report on N.C. Baptist Children's Homes George Mast 

Message Roger Williams, Superintendent of Kennedy Home 

5:40 Announcements and Recognition of Visitors 

Report of Time, Place and Preacher Committee Alton Johnson 

Nomination and Election of Officers Mrs. William Barnes 



Committee Appointments Moderator Elect 

6:00 Benediction and Blessing ot Evening Meal C.W. Driver 

6:15 Evening Meal 

TUESDAY, EVENING 



7:15 Song Service Bolton Jones 

Scripture and Prayer , Hoyt Lock 

Resolutions Committee Report Alfred T. Ayscue 

Report on Christian Higher Education E.S. Simpson 

Miscellaneous Business and Announcements 

8:00 Music by Youth from Kennedy Home 

Message "A Religion Without Reservations' • Dr. Edward H. Pruden 

8:45 Benediction and Adjournment 



5. M.B. MacLeod read the scriptures from the Eighth Chapter of Romans, verses 
9-17, and then led the opening prayer. 

6. Reverend Alfred T. Ayscue presented the annual sermon. The theme was 
Living the Spirit of Christ "In Faith and Conquest". Reverend Ayscue stated that 
these were not hopeless times but times of opportunity and that we must (1) be 
possessed by the Spirit of Jesus Christ and (2) have Jesus Christ come and live 
in our heart. Reverend Ayscue closed by stating that the church is alive because 
Jesus Christ is alive. 

7. Bolton Jones led the congregation in singing "The Great Redeemer, 4 *We 
Adore Thee." 

8. Motion made, seconded, and duly carried that the delegation as seated will 
serve as the delegates to the annual associational session. 

9. Reverend R.E. Moore recognized the new pastors as follows: Antioch - Dudley 
Holland; Baptist Center - Robert G. Brooks; Benson Grove - Billie Ray Pittman; 



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Burnell - Wayne Hyatt; Faith - Walter S. Jones, Jr.; Four Oaks - Jack V. Colwell; 
Live Oak - Hoyt Lock; Newton Grove - Ray Cooper; Parrish Memorial - Leslie 
V. Allen; Pleasant Grove - Andrew B. Moon; Stephens Chapel - C.E. Clayton; 
Thanksgiving - Mike Moore; White Oak - C.W. Driver. 

10. A report on the Cooperative Program was respectfully submitted by George 
N. Knight, Representative. 

REPORT ON COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 

Augustine, the bishop of Hippo, once remarked in one of his sermons: "Our 
forefathers abounded in plenty because they gave God tithes and to Caesar tribute; 
But now, because our devotion toward God has receded, the imposition of taxes has 
advanced. We are unwilling to share with God, giving him the tenth, and now, be- 
hold, the whole is taken from us. The tax-gatherer takes from us that which Christ 
receives not". 

These words, written over fifteen hundred years ago, still sound a warning note 
to those who would take stewardship lightly. 

The Cooperative Program is a part of the tithes and your offerings given through 
your church. Thus, your dedicated life with a part of your day-to-day labor goes 
toward witnessing to a lost world. 

The Cooperative Program is sharing your love of God through 6,000 state, home 
and foreign missionaries. Last year they were instrumental in bringing more than 
66,000 people to Christ who in turn followed Him into the waters of baptism. 

The Cooperative Program is busy training capable leaders by helping students 
with scholarships in more than 800 Baptist schools with more than 100,000 pupils 
around the world. 

The Cooperative Program is ministering to the needs, of the sick through 21 
Baptist hospitals and 105 clinics in many nations. You helped more than 1,000,000 
patients last year who could not pay the cost of their care. The Cooperative Program 
aids in bringing shelter, food, clothing and other necessities of life to 8,000 home- 
less children, plus more than 2,000 elderly people, through Children's Homes and 
Homes for the Aging throughout the world. 

There are 3,438 Southern Baptist churches in North Carolina. Last year 1,020, 
or nearly one-third of these churches, increased Cooperative Program giving by ten 
percent or more over what they contributed the previous year. Did the church where 
you serve increase this much? (A sad fact, though, is that 747 churches gave nothing 
to the Cooperative Program). 

Will YOU do TWO things? 

1. Will you lead the church where you serve to make a worthy increase in Coop- 
erative Program giving? 

2. Will you pray for your missionaries and other Cooperative Program causes 
each day? 

Respectfully submitted, 

George N. Knight, Representative 



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11. Reverend George N. Knight further reported in open session, that four churches 
did not contribute to the Cooperative Program this past year and that two churches 
had not contributed to the associational missions this year. That the Cooperative 
Program theme for 1972-73 is "Committed to Care." That North Carolina Baptists 
have a goal of $8,750,000 for the cooperative program. Of this amount, $2,916,666, 
or 33 1/3 percent, will go to the Southern Baptist Convention causes. During the 
past year, the churches of the Johnston Baptist Association gave $63,689 through 
the Cooperative Program. Our goal for the next year is. a ten percent increase both 
for the Cooperative Program and associational missions. 

12. Reverend Knight further recommended that a stewardship chairman be elected 
in each church and that an association stewardship conference be held for all inter- 
ested churches. Reverend Knight further noted the need for church fund-raising pro- 
grams as well as emphasis on wills and trusts in helping some churches and capi- 
tal needs of churches. 

13. E.C. Wilkie, missionary for the Baptist State Convention, delivered an address. 
Mr. Wilkie read from Ephesians 4:7 and commented concerning that missions were 
the business of God, not our business, and that our primary goal was to bring the 
world to God. Mr. Wilkie further stated "Man must minister through the church ... 
the responsibility of leadership is to develop every member in the church by putting 
them to work." In closing, Mr. Wilkie challenged the association and its churches 
to put each of their members to work for Jesus Christ. 

14. Mrs. E. Street Jones presented her report concerning Library Services as fol- 
lows: 

REPORT ON LIBRARY WORK 

The associational library program in the Johnston Baptist Association was 
limited in action this year in that no organized meetings or clinics were held. 

For the 1972-1973 year we will have available to all churches in the association 
qualified consultants in all phases of church library work, including printed mater- 
ials and audio-visual aids as well as the book cataloging and processing. 

These associational library officers will be ready to assist any church in the 
association at any time, with their library or media center program. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Street Jones, Jr., Director 



15. Presentation by Smithfield First Baptist Youth, coordinated by William Stiller- 
man featured "Inter dependency- -A Celebration of Worship Through the Use of Mass 
Media." 

16. Reverend Jack V. Colwell gave the benediction. 

17. John Ryberg, moderator, presided over the Tuesday, October 17, 1972, session 
of the seventieth Johnston Baptist Associational meeting. 

18. John Ryberg read the responsive reading on Christian discipleship. Prayer 
was given by Mike Moore. 

19. Mike Moore presented the 1972-73 budget for the association. The budget 
was unanimously approved. 



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PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 1972-1973 



1971-1972 



1972-1973 



PERSONNEL 

Superintendent of Missions 
Annuity and Insurance 
Convention and conference 
Clerk honorarium 
Stenographer 
total 



$ 5,200.00 
1,400.00 
250.00 
75.00 
100.00 
$ 7,025.00 



$ 5,520.00 
1,525.00 
450.00 
75.00 
100.00 
$ 7,670.00 



OPERATING EXPENSES 
Travel 

Rent-house and office 
Utilities - house and office 
Office supplies 
Office equipment and repairs 
Publishing Annual 
Annual meeting 
total 



$ 1,400.00 
1,200.00 
600.00 
300.00 
150.00 
650.00 
100.00 

$ 4,400.00 



$ 1,560.00 
1,200.00 
660.00 
400.00 
150.00 
525.00 
100.00 

$ 4,595.00 



ORGANIZATION AND PROMOTION 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Brotherhood 

Woman's Missionary Union 
Music 

Vacation Bible School 
Leadership Workshops 
Personnel training 
total 



50.00 
50.00 
100.00 
450.00 
50.00 
75.00 
50.00 
100.00 



75.00 

75.00 
100.00 
500.00 

50.00 
100.00 

50.00 
100.00 



$ 875.00 



1,050.00 



MISCELLANEOUS 
Grand total 



200.00 



$12,550.00 



$ 200.00 
$13,515.00 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mike Moore, Chairman 
Budget Committee 



20. The Sunday School report was presented by James Little, Director. 

REPORT ON SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK 

Your Sunday School officers conducted a Vacation Bible School conference for 
VBS Directors and Pastors in February, and a Clinic for all VBS workers in April 
The total attendance for the Clinic was 201 persons. Also, a Realife Conference was 



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held for two nights in May for all Sunday School workers. The Sunday School organiza- 
tion also helped with a Sunday School Training School for three nights, July 17, 18, 
19, at Bethesda Church to which Sunday School workers of the surrounding churches 
were invited. 

For the year 1972-73 we have planned fa a VBS conference for Directors on Feb. 
19 and a Clinic for all VBS workers on April 16. Also a Sunday School workers con- 
ference is planned for Oct. 9 to provide training for Sunday School workers for the 
year 1973-1974. 

Reaching people is the business of the church, and the Sunday School is the pri- 
mary agency of the church for carrying out this task. We can reach this objective 
commitment by planning and dedicated work. Training is a necessary help for carry- 
ing out all phases of Sunday School work. All churches are urged to include meaning- 
ful training programs. 

Your Sunday School Director and other officers are ready to help you in any of 
these ways. Please call on them if they can help you. 

James Little, Director 
21. The Church Training Report was presented by Ray Yarborough, Jr., Director, 
REPORT ON CHURCH TRAINING 

During the past year, a successful "M" NIGHT program was held at Bethesda 
Church. The principal speaker was The Rev. James C. Cammack of Fayetteville. 
Association Youth Night was also observed at Princeton Church. The program fea- 
tured a motion picture, "The Circus". Discussion and testimonies followed. 

The Church Training Department of our association is interested in providing 
the churches help in their training task. Each church has some type of training. The 
question which we are concerned about relates to the quality and quantity of training 
done in the local church. 

Our consultants are willing and able to help you in this important work. This 
department wants to see Church Training become a reality in all of the churches. 
We will encourage this in two meetings: the "M" Night and the Youth emphasis 
during youth week. However, on request, we will be glad to assist in any church or 
churches in developing a program of Church Training. 

Three areas of our training task include: new member training, on-going training, 
and leadership training. Read 11 Timothy 2:15. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ray Yarborough, Jr. , Director 

22. The Woman's Missionary Union. Report was submitted by Mrs. R.E. Moore, 
Associate Director, as follows: 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Under the devoted leadership of the director, Mrs. Agnes Stanley, our W.M.U. 
organization has been strengthened. Each division has enthusiastic leaders. Churches 
are responding increasingly in participation in the annual meetings. 



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On November 1 of last year the first integrated Baptist Women 4 s Day of Prayer 
was held at the First Baptist Church of Smithfield with around two hundred persons 
attending, and a number of persons of both races appearing on the program. A pic- 
ture of the congregation was used North Carolina W.M.U. bulletin- 4 'Tar Heel-Talk**. 
The annual W.M.U. at Beulah church was well attended. In February, the Baptist 
Young Men and Baptist Young Women held a first associational meeting together. 
Bennet Straughn of Raleigh spoke, illustrating with chalk art. The annual Acteen 
Rally was held at Smithfield First Church on May 24. Featured speakers were Dottie 
Mills, member of "Rhymes With Reason** and Patsy Wood, " Miss North Carolina** 
who is a member of Trinity church. A picture of the Johnston Acteen Council attend- 
ing the meeting at Mundo Vista also appeared in "Tar Heel Talk**. The older Girls 
in Action had a "Sleepover** at Smithfield First Church on May 5 with a large num- 
ber attending from 13 churches and 113 staying overnight. The younger Girls in 
Action held a Mission Fair at Hales Chapel Church on April 9 with 12 churches rep- 
resented and with a very inspirational event. A good day was held for Mission 
Friends on May 20 at Pleasant Grove Church. Mrs. Mike Moore and Winkie Earp led 
in this. 

Several members of the W.M.U. Council attended the Workshop at Mundo Vista 
and some attended the W.M.U. Conference at Ridgecrest. A Leadership Workshop 
was held jointly with Brotherhood on September 19 at Sharon Church. Eight differ- 
ences conferences were held for the 151 persons attending. Mrs. Gordon Maddrey, 
former state W.M.U. president from Raleigh spoke to the group in an assembly 
period. 

The years work was climaxed with the presentation of the recently published 
history of the Johnston Association W.M.U. Mrs. Leato A. Barnes wrote the history 
titled "Three Score and Ten Years Within Johnston Baptist Woman* s Missionary 
Union**. 

Everyone feels the loss of the leadership of Mrs. Stanley during this time of her 
illness; nevertheless, we are able to say. "Blest be the tie that binds--** as together 
the Council and the Johnston W.M.U. look unto the "fields white unto harvest**. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. R.E. Moore, Associate Director 

23. The Brotherhood Report was given by Edison Temple, Director, as follows: 
REPORT ON BROTHERHOOD 

During the past year a leadership conference was held for the benefit of church 
leaders in Brotherhood work. A Men and Boy*s Mission Rally was held at Bethany 
Church, The men and boys enjoyed a delicious meal and a good program which 
followed. For the program period, the men and boys separated and had separate 
programs. Samuel James, missionary to South Vietnam spoke to the men and Mrs, 
Rachel James spoke to the boys. 

During the year several churches called upon the association for help in under- 
standing or organizing some phase of Brotherhood work. The association stands 
ready to help churches themselves or to refer them to help in any area of Brother- 
hood work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Edison Temple, Director 



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24. The Music Report was presented by Bolton Jones, Director, as follows: 
REPORT ON MUSIC 

Your Music Director attended a Training -Planning meeting in Durham last 
October 27. He and the other music officers, hopefully, will attend another Train- 
ing-Planning meeting in Durham on Nov. 3, 1972. 

Mrs. Forbes and her Youth Group presented a program of music at the annual 
meeting of the association last year. A youth choir consisting of youth from several 
churches under the direction of James Sparks, director of music at Sharon, sang at 
the Youth Rally last March 18 at Princeton. 

Your Music Officers stand ready to help any church desiring help with planning 
their music program. If they cannot help personally, they can direct you to sources 
of help. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bolton Jones, Director 



25. The Report on Evangelism was presented by Ray Yarborough, Jr., Chairman, 
as follows: 

REPORT ON EVANGELISM 

It is exciting what the Holy Spirit is doing through the ministry of evangelism 
in our state. 6,000 youth and adults in 425, churches have now participated in Lay 
Evangelism Schools and Pastor* s Retreats. 42 associations already have confirmed 
dates for schools. We thank God for this tremendous response to the important 
emphasis on lay witnessing. This will be a continuing effort in the future years. 

Over 2,400 pastors and laymen attended the 26th Statewide Evangelism Confer- 
ence in Fayetteville last February. Special conferences were held with practical em- 
phasis on different phases of evangelism during the first afternoon session. Out- 
standing speakers challenged pastors to involve their people in the total ministry 
of evangelism through the church. 

The Division of Evangelism in cooperation with the Department of Communica- 
tions and the Division of Church Programs sponsored a Statewide Communications, 
Evangelism and Administration Conference in Greensboro in May. The purpose was 
to help pastors and others communicate the Gospel of Christ more effectively. 

A new week at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Southport during June 12- 
16 was Youth Ministries Week with inspiration and training in Evangelism, Voca- 
tional Guidance and Recreation. All evening sessions were centered around Bible 
Study and workshop experiences in learning how to witness for Christ. Over 600 
youth and adults were present for this week. On Friday evening 113 youth made 
different kinds of public decisions. Next June we will have another Youth Ministries 
Week. 

Almost 20,000 youth, pastors and adult leaders attended the second Statewide 
Youth Evangelism Night on August 18 at Greensboro Coliseum. It was evident that 
God is working through Christian youth today to share His Gospel in a thrilling, 
significant manner. 

Let us rejoice in the excellent reports of revival meetings, city -wide evangelistic 



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crusades and associational evangelism clinics during the past year. It is our hope 
and prayer that we shall continue to have a strong increase in baptisms this coming 
year that marry more persons may experience Christ by genuine faith commitment. 

The 27th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be February 5-7, 1973 at Ovens 
Auditorium, Charlotte. 

Remember to pray earnestly for the leadership of the Holy Spirit in the total 
ministry of evangelism in our local church community, in our state of North Caroli- 
na, in our nation America and the world. 

The first, and perhaps the most important phase of "Together We Advance*' 
program for the next three years is the emphasis on evangelism. The suggested 
goal for each church is to increase the number of conversions and baptisms by ten 
percent each year for the next three years. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ray Yarborough, Jr., Chairman 

26. A. U Brown was not present, however, his Report of Historian was presented 
as set forth in the Book of Advanced Reports, as follows: 

REPORT OF HISTORIAN 

During the past year several of the churches have written or are in the process 
of writing church histories. Selma has completed one. Also, Mrs. Leata Barnes has 
written a history of the Johnston W.M.U. titled "Three Score and Ten Years Within 
Johnston Baptist Woman's Missionary Union". 

In order for a church to be able to write its history, it must of necessity have 
kept accurate records of actions of the church. We find that this is something that 
many of our churches are failing to do and then when they undertake to write a his- 
tory they do not have the needed information. We therefore urge all churches to keep 
accurate records of the proceedings of all church conferences. 

Another thing that concerns us is the safe keeping of the minutes and other re- 
cords. Wake Forest University will be glad to file minutes of churches for safe keep- 
ing so that you may refer to them any time. 

Respectfully submitted, 
A.U Brown, Historian 



27. Reverend R.E. Moore, Superintendent of Missions, presented his report as 
follows: 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 

The Superintendent of Missions is a servant of the association. The local church 
is the most vital unit of Baptist life, and the association is most closely related to 
the local church. In recent years there has been a growing concern for the association 
as the need for the ministry of the association has been seen as most vital in de- 
nominational life. 

The constant concern in associational work is to help the churches to enrich 
their ministry and to extend their ministry beyond the bounds of the community. 



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The purpose of the association, like other units of Baptist life, is to serve the 
churches in their pursuit of divine commission, Conventions and associations have 
no commission that is not the commission of the churches. The association has a 
very definite place to fill and a definite service to render in the total cooperative 
mission program of Baptist Churches. Neither the individual Christian nor the indivi- 
dual church nor the association can fulfill its purpose for being by merely living 
for self alone. Each is a part of the * 4 Body of Christ 4 *. 

The association serves as a link between the local church and the conventions. 
It is involved in two way communication: speaking to the convention for the churches 
and speaking to the churches for the convention. All, cooperatively, are doing the 
work of "The Body of Christ* 4 . All that is done in the association is done to advance 
the Kingdom of Christ. 

Your Superintendent of Missions is grateful for the splendid cooperation of the 
members of the association organization and for the cordial welcome that has been 
given him in all the churches while serving in any capacity or while visiting. It has 
been a joy to serve in any way possible or just to visit for fellowship with church 
members. He and Mrs. Moore are grateful to the association for the honor given them 
by having the 1971 ANNUAL dedicated in their honor. 

A summary of activities for the past year follows; 

Times that some specific work was done in the churches - 40. 

Visits made to the churches for regular or special services - 105. 

Associational meetings attended - 26. 
Things promoted in the churches: Cooperative Program, Thanksgiving Offering for 
the Children* s Homes, the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for Foreign Missions, 
"Make your will** effort, Baptist Homes for the Aging Offering, the Annie Armstrong 
Offering for Home Missions, the Mother* s Day Offering for the Baptist Hospital, 
the Scholarship Offering for Baptist Colleges, the State Mission Offering and the 
week of prayer for associational missions. 

Meetings outside the association attended for service or learning: Participated 
in World Mission Conferences in the Carolina Association, Music planning meeting 
in Durham, Seminary Extension planning meeting at Campbell College, the dedica- 
tion of a building at Kennedy Home, the state Pastor*s Conference in Charlotte, the 
Baptist State Convention in Charlotte, the Superintendents of Missions and conven- 
tion staff meeting in Raleigh, the state Vacation Bible School Clinic at Wingate, a 
Baptist Homes briefing meeting in Winston-Salem, the state Evangelism Conference 
in Fayetteville, a Rural-Urban Seminar at Southeastern Seminary, a stewardship 
seminar in Dunn, a Realife conference in Raleigh, a Community -Institution workshop 
at O' Berry Center, Southern Baptist WMU meeting in Philadelphia, the Southern 
Baptist Convention in Philadelphia, a ministers meeting for Campbell College at 
Campbell College, the Youth Evangelism Rally in Greensboro, a Brotherhood Leader- 
ship Workshop at Caraway, WMU Leadership Workshop at Mundo Vista, a Mission 
Advance Revival in the Tar River Association, a World Mission Conference in the 
Chowan Association, a highway safety planning meeting in Raleigh, a Sunday School 
Briefing Meeting at Ridgecrest, and a Children's Homes Conference at Kennedy 
Home. 

Your missionary held an estimated 122 individual conferences, 21 group confer- 
ences and attended 18 committee meetings. He participated in the hospital chaplain 
program at Johnston Memorial Hospital and participated in the morning devotions 
program at radio station W MP M. 



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Recently, the missionary made a check on the services rendered and visits made 
to the churches over, a two-year period, The results: Specific work done in the 
churches by invitation - No times in 21 churches, 1 time in 10 churches, 2 times 
in 10 churches, 3 times in 4 churches, 4 times in 1 church and 5 or more times in 5 
churches with a total of 77 times. Visits made to churches - 1 visit to 2 churches 
2 visits to 5 churches, 3 visits to 12 churches, 4 visits to 6 churches, 5 visits to 9 
churches, 6 visits to 10 churches, 7 visits to 4 churches, 8 visits to 1 church and 10 
or more visits to 2 churches with a total of 242 visits to churches. 

All service to churches is on invitation only. Visits may be upon invitation, be- 
cause of some felt need or maybe just as is convenient. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R.E. Moore, Superintendent Missions 



28. R.E. Moore, in concluding his report recognized Edward Renfrow, member of 
the Board of the Baptist State Convention, serving on the Executive Committee. Mr. 
Renfrow stated that his purpose was to better serve the churches of our association 
by listening to the churches in the association and hopefully to coordinate work 
with all churches, 

29. Bolton Jones led the assembly in singing "The Church's One Foundation,'* 

30. Motion was made, seconded and duly adopted to approve all reports previously 
presented to the annual meeting. 

31. Dr. Woodrow Batten's report concerning North Carolina Baptist Hospital was 
accepted as follows: 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

The distinctiveness of Baptist Hospital's ministry lies not alone in its care for 
charity patients, but also in the type of service it renders to all its patients, and to 
many other people throughout our state and nation and around the world. 

As an academic Medical Center it is engaged in research and in education, as 
well as direct medical care. The ministry through research is far-reaching since 
new discoveries in medicine offer new hope to people everywhere. The educational 
ministry also extends around the world, since graduates of the Bowman Gray School 
of Medicine serve in 88 counties in North Carolina, in 47 states and the District of 
Columbia, and in 25 different countries. Alumni of the School of Pastoral Care serve 
in almost every state and in 39 other countries. 

The quality of direct patient care provided at Baptist Hospital is distinct in at 
least two respects. First, it is a specialized type of medical care, provided for ref- 
ral patients who have rare or complicated medical problems. Because of the highly 
skilled specialists in almost every area of medicine, the elaborate equipment avail- 
able for diagnosis and treatment, we are able to provide the kind of care which is 
available only in a large medical center. Ours is one of only 108 such medical cen- 
ters in the United States. 

In addition to offering this kind of medical expertise, a second distinctive of our 
patient care is the Christian concern for the total person with all his needs. This 
spirit is found among physicians, aides and other personnel throughout the Center. 



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The Department of Pastoral Care seeks to minister specifically to the spiritual and 
emotional need of patients and their families. 

Baptist Hospital does continue to serve patients who cannot pay for their hospital 
care. Even with the tightening of admission policies and procedures, only one person 
in twelve months--i.e., one in approximately 17,000 applications for admissions — 
was not helped. In 1971, charitable allowances amounted to $1,370,000 were issued 
to patients unable to pay in full. The Mother's Day Offering of $371,000 helped make 
this charity work possible. 

In order to utilize the facilities of Baptist Hospital most effectively and render 
maximum service to the greatest number of people, it is necessary that there be 
definite policies about admission of patients. A person cannot be admitted merely 
because he thinks he should be hospitalized. His need for hospital care must be 
established. This is accomplished by examination in the clinic before admission 
or even better by consultation between the family physician and the hospital staff 
doctor before the patient goes to Winston-Salem. 

The hospital takes pride in its record of charitable work, but would like to help 
our Baptist people to understand that there are other aspects of its work also which 
justify its existence as an institution of our Convention and make it worthy of the 
support of our churches. 

The operating deficit has been eliminated and the hospital is now operating 
"in the black'*. 

The new patient tower is being completed and some departments have already 
moved into the lower levels. Complete occupation should take place by January, 
1973. One additional unit, a two story unit housing the emergency room and out- 
patient clinic, is scheduled to be completed by 1973. This will conclude the present 
development program. 

"A Medical Center ministering with skill and understanding" is not just a letter- 
head slogan; it is a goal with which Baptist Hospital seriously strives to attain, 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dr. Woodrow Batten, Representative 

32. H.A. Hodge, trustee for the North Carolina Baptist Hospital, commented con- 
cerning the progress of the hospital. 

33. Reverend Robert C. White reported concerning North Carolina Baptist Homes, 
Inc. as follows: 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES, INC. 

With the dedicated spirit of Christian men and women, our North Carolina Baptist 
Homes, Inc., for the aging, has been in operation for 21 years. The ministry pro- 
vided has been a great blessing to our senior citizens. God has richly blessed this 
ministry from its small beginning with one Home and one resident in 1951, to five 
Homes and a Nursing Care Unit, with accomodations for 162 residents and 63 pa- 
tients. Resthaven, Hayes Home, and the Nursing Care Unit are located in Winston- 
Salem and the other three are located at Albermarle, Hamilton and Yanceyville. 

Mr. William A. Foole, Superintendent of our North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc. 
reports that this has been the best year we have ever had. An increase through the 



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Cooperative Program and our Special offering came to almost 30°Jo of the total operat- 
ing budget in the care of the residents and patients. 

In May, the York Wing of the Nursing Care Unit was named in honor of Judge and 
Mrs. William York of Greensboro who gave $80,000 for its construction with the 
additional money needed raised by the trustees of the Homes. 

Thirty-seven of our fifty-one churches made direct contributions, however, this 
means that fourteen did not. The total special offering from our association was 
$2,655.63. 

Pray for our Baptist Homes and let each of us strive to be a part of this great 
ministry in sharing God's love to those who need our care. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert C. White, Representative 

34. Robert L. Coats reported concerning the North Carolina Baptist Foundation as 
follows: 

REPORT ON N. C. BAPTIST FOUNDATION 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. is a charitable corporation. It was 
chartered on November 24, 1920, under the laws of the State of N.C. As a charitable 
corporation, it and its donors presently have certain tax savings. 

It was created by the Convention for the purpose of procuring endowment funds 
and for administering such funds, for all institutions and agencies, owned and con- 
trolled by the Convention. It is independent of the causes it serves, but committed 
to their interests. It is not a competitive agency, but a service agency dedicated to 
the task of undergirding all of our Baptist work. 

The Baptist Foundation stands ready at all times to aid individuals in making 
adequate preparation to use of the foregoing methods in providing for any agency 
or institution fostered by the Baptist State Convention of N.C., or any of the SBC 
agencies or institutions. 

When one uses the Baptist Foundation, one is EXTENDING HIS STEWARDSHIP IN 
PERPETUITY. This can and does bring a great deal of satisfaction and joy to the 
person who uses the Foundation for this purpose. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert L. Coats, Representative 



35. Reverend Horace W. Ricks, presented the report concerning The Annuity Board, 
SBC, as follows: 

REPORT OF THE ANNUITY BOARD, SBC 

Darold H. Morgan took office as president of the Annuity Board of the Southern 
• Baptist Convention on March 1, 1972. R. Alton Reed, whom he succeeded, had been 
chief executive officer of the Board for 19 years. 



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The change in executive leadership occurred with the Board having record funds 
held in trust of more than $292 million, as of December 31, 1971, These funds are 
held in trust for 36,000 retirement plan participants now active in churches and de- 
nominational agencies. 

Moreover, the Board paid out 25% more in benefits, to 7,500 annuitants last year 
than their contracts required. Called the "13th Checks'* these extra benefits were 
paid twice in the year--8 1/3% in February and another 16-2/3% in December, 

The same good yield on investments that permitted extra benefits to annuitants 
also gave Good Experience Credits (called for good experience in investing) to active 
members of the various plans, adding value to their retirement fund being built up. 

The extra benefits paid through the "13th Checks* 4 totaled $1,339,732, 

The Board in its 54 years of existence, had paid out benefits that total $92,1 
million, including over $10 million during 1971, 

During the administration of R. Alton Reed, the Annuity Board eliminated its 
"unfunded liability'* -- which meant that potential claims for benefits exceeded 
assets. The Board is now in a position not only to fully meet every outstanding 
contract with members, but to grant Good Experience Credit as well. 

The Annuity Board offers a protection plan for disability, death, and retirement 
to cover every pastor, church staff member, and denominational agency employee. 
Many churches help by paying the full dues for their pastor and staff. 

Retirement contributions may be made on the full salaries of pastors and other 
personnel by taking advantage of Plans B and C as well as plan A. Information on the 
Annuity Board may be secured by writing its development office, 511 North Akard 
Building, Dallas, Texas 75201, or by contacting the Annuity Board representative 
of your Baptist state convention, located at 301 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh 27611. 

In the Johnston Association, 35 of the 51 churches are participating in the Annui- 
ty Board programs with a total of 38 staff members enrolled in the Protection Plan. 
We would encourage more churches and church employees to give immediate atten- 
tion to the matter of protection and retirement of the staff members. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Horace W. Ricks, Representative 



36. Reverend Wayne Martin presented his report concerning Christian Literature, 
as follows: 

CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

The BIBLICAL RECORDER is nearing the 100,000 mark in circulation, - thanks to 
churches and individuals all over the state who have helped to bring this about. 
Once this goal is reached, new ones will be set as part of a continuing effort to put 
the RECORDER in every Baptist name in North Carolina. 

Not only in circulation progress, but in other ways this has been a good year for 
the RECORDER. During the year, Woodrow Hill, well-known pastor and writer, came 
with the RECORDER as field representative. He will be speaking in associations, 
churches, pastor's conferences and other meetings all over the state. Thus he will 
join the editor and associate editor in seeking to carry the RECORDER message to 
every corner of North Carolina, 



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This was also the year that the RECORDER went to computer. Because of the 
growing circulation, this had to be done. 

As it has been in the past, the RECORDER seeks to keep North Carolina Baptists 
informed on important issues. This is a heavy responsibility and the editor and his 
staff feel keenly the need of your prayers as they seek to be good stewards to North 
Carolina Baptists. If your church does not have the RECORDER in the budget, or if 
it does not have a club at all, please take the leadership in seeking that this situation 
is corrected in the coming year. The RECORDER will be 140 years old next January 
18. Those responsible for its publication each week recommit themselves to this 
important ministry of the printed word. 

Respectfully submitted, 

D. Wayne Martin, Representative 

37, Reverend Patrick N. Forbes reported concerning the Committee on Christian 
Life, as follows: 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN LIFE 

This report consists mainly of what Baptists are doing cooperatively through the 
Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Christian 
Action League of North Carolina of which Baptists play an important role. 

The Christian Life Commission's stewardship of emphasis on applied Christian- 
ity include some particularly significant developments during the past year. 

Through continuing study and research, the staff sought to maintain an adequate 
base for the Commission's various ministries in the general area of Christian social 
concerns. 

Close cooperation was maintained with other agencies of the Convention and with 
other Baptist bodies fostering practical expressions of the Christian faith. 

Reliable and current resource materials on drugs, pornography, gambling, sex 
education, ecology and related topics were provided to the Baptist constituency. 

Substantial progress was made in channeling Christian social concerns into Bap- 
tist life in Latin America. 

Widely diversified speaking engagements touching all segments of Southern Bap- 
tist life were filled; and special liason was maintained with Baptist seminaries and 
seminarians. 

The writing and channeling of appropraite materials on applied Christianity con- 
tinued, and special resource papers on drugs, pollution, and urban crisis were in- 
serted in HOME MISSIONS magazine. 

Literature sales for 1971 titles amounted to $22,392.92 during the year for a gain 
of 6. 08^0 over 1970. 

The Commission's weekly column, * 'On the Moral Scene", was carried in many 
of the state Baptist papers. 

The 1971 national seminar, "SALT '72", were unusually well attended and mater- 
ials from the conferences were widely utilized on radio, in print, by tapes and 
cassettes, and through local churches. 

Five small regional conferences were held on "The Local Church and Christian 
Social Concern" across the territory of the Convention. 



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A close working relationship was maintained with state Christian Life Commis- 
sions. A particularly significant observance of Race Relations Sunday was sponsored. 

Many special activities were engaged in such as the preparation for pastors a 
cassette tape on "Pornography - A Christian Perspective*', production of an NBC 
"Analogue" national radio program, participation in the White House Conference on 
Aging, sponsorship of a research project on Southern Baptists and Bill of Rights, and 
work to combat legalized gambling. 

Dr. William H Pinson's book on "A Program of Application for a Local Church: 
Suggestions for Christian Social Action" was printed in first draft, and distribution 
for revision and subsequent reprinting begun. 

The Commission also served as the secretariat for both the Southern Baptist 
Social Service Association and the Southern Baptist Association of Executive of 
Homes for the Aging. In line with the Commission's Convention-assigned responsi- 
bilities concerning peace and justice, the services of a certified United Nations Non- 
Governmental Observer were also maintained. 

The Christian Life Commission is especially glad to work with Baptist associa- 
tions and churches in activating Christian Life Committees to maintain a continuing 
emphasis on Christian social concerns. 

The Christian Action League of North Carolina is rejoicing in the victories that 
have been won this year. The most outstanding of these is the favorable decision 
from the Supreme Court of North Carolina in the Mecklenburg Liquor -by -the -drink 
case. 

The court ruled this election is null and void in that it violated the constitutional 
provision in relation to the restraint of trade. It was a costly campaign. Friends over 
the state have contributed more than $10,000 to be used in this and the Moore County 
campaigns. There is still a balance due on the Mecklenburg Campaign. 

Many victories have been gained in the primary elections this year, and it is 
anticipated that others will result from the general election in November. Thousands 
of letters were mailed out from the Christian Action League office in Raleigh giving 
the voting records of incumbent candidates who were up for re-election. These letters 
also contained the results of a questionnaire which was circulated locally among the 
prospective candidates for the 1973 General Assembly. 

At the Annual Meeting of Trustees of the League in Raleigh in April a proposed 
set of LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS IN RELATION TO HIGHWAY SAFETY were adopted. 
These proposals are listed below: 

1. An applied consent law with the loopholes removed. 

2. The repeal of senate Bill 110 in regard to issuing limited driving permits to 
persons who have been convicted of the first offense of driving under the influence. 

3. Modify the present implied consent laws that require law enforcement officers 
to charge or arrest the offender for driving under the influence prior to requesting a 
chemical test. 

4. Increase the minimum penalties for those convicted for driving under the in- 
fluence, and especially for repeaters. 

5. To make it a misdemeanor for driving when the breathalyzer reads between 
05 and. 10. 

These legislative proposals were presented to the Highway Safety Sub-Committee 
of the Legislative Research Commission. At this meeting they were endorsed in 
their entirety by Colonel Guy, the Commander of the North Carolina Highway Patrol. 

We urge you to discuss these proposals with the candidates for the House and 
Senate from your district. Ask for support of these proposals in the 1973 General 



Assembly. 

Finally, remember the trustees and the director of the League in your prayers. 
This is the work of the Lord which we are doing. All of us are grateful for your past 
financial support, and remind you that we are dependent upon you for all that we are 
able to do. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Patrick N. Forbes, Chairman 

38. Motion was made, seconded and unanimously adopted that all reports hereto- 
fore presented be adopted. 

39. Robert Mullinax, representative from the colleges, reported concerning the pro- 
gress made by the seven Baptist Colleges. Mr. Mullinax further commented concern- 
ing the 25% of the Cooperative Program which was given to Baptist Colleges. 

40. A report concerning the activity of the Executive Committee was given by 
George B. Mast, as follows: 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

The Executive Committee held four meetings during the year. Charged with the 
responsibility of carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all 
work authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions, the Com- 
mittee has directed its efforts toward this end. The Executive Committee is com- 
posed of officers of the association, pastors serving churches of the association, and 
one lay representative from each church of the association. 

John Ryberg, moderator, presided over all meetings of the Executive Committee 
which were held in the First Baptist Church of Smithfield. 

A brief resume of the Committee's work is as follows: 

1. The first meeting was held on January 4, 1972. Members heard reports from 
organizational heads and plans for the forthcoming year. 

2. The second meeting was held on April 4, 1972. Reports were received from all 
organizational heads as well as forthcoming events for the next quarter. It was re- 
ported that the Vacation Bible School conference was to be held on April 10, the Men 
and Boy's Mission Rally was to be held in May, and that Reverend R.E. Moore would 
be attending the Southern Baptist Convention Rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 
June. 

3. The third meeting was held on June 27, 1972. Organizational plans and pro- 
gress reports were presented. It was reported that a gift was given in memory of 
Adam J. Whitley, Jr. 

4. The fourth meeting was held on October 3, 1972. Organizational heads gave 
their reports and reported on the past year's work. The calendar of events for the 
forthcoming year was presented to the Executive Committee. The budget for the 
year 1972-1973 was duly adopted. 

The minutes of the Executive Committee are available for review with respect 
to the specific work which has been done by the Executive Committee for the past 
year. Any member of the association is invited to review the minutes if they so de- 
sire. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George B. Mast, Clerk 



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41. A report concerning the Church Letters for the past year was given by George 
B. Mast, Association Clerk, 

42. A Report of the Treasurer was submitted by S.T. Anderson, Jr., as follows: 



REPORT OF TREASURER 



Financial Report of the Johnston Baptist Association for the year October 1, 1971 
through September 30, 1972: 



Balance carried forward October 9, 1971 
Gifts from the churches to Budget 
Gifts from State Convention 
Miscellaneous income 
Gifts from W.M.U. 
Total gifts 

Total amount to be accounted for 
Expenses: 
Salary 

House and office expense 
Travel expense 
Utilities 

Annuity - Retirement and insurance 

Office expense 

Miscellaneous 

Equipment and repairs 

Annual meeting 

Church Training 

Vacation Bible School 

Printing Annual 

Convention expense 

Sunday School 

Clerk 

Woman's Missionary Union 
Total expenses 



$ 1,880.93 

$11,464.32 
392.00 
221.63 
14.00 

$12,091.95 
$13,972.88 

$ 5,200.00 
1,200.00 
1,400.00 
600.00 
1,400.00 
463.15 
208.00 
7.92 
40.00 
57.27 
87.71 
477.55 
160.00 
32.53 
75.00 
428.83 

$11,837.96 



Balance on hand October 5, 1972 $ 2,134.92 

Balance in BUILDING FUND started two yrs ago- $ 1,046.89 

(The Building Fund is on deposit in saving account) 

Submitted by, 

S. T. Anderson, Jr. , 

Treasurer 



43. N.R. Demchak, Representative, submitted his report concerning the American 
Bible Society, as follows: 



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THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY 



The American Bible Society is an active partner of Southern Baptists in the mis- 
sionary task of sharing Christ with the World - a task which calls for the widest 
possible distribution of the Scriptures. The Bible speaks to the heart of man, and it 
is the sole purpose of the American Bible Society to provide this Book to men, wo- 
men and children everywhere, in a language they can understand and at a price they 
can afford 

In the interest of making God's Word more easily understood, the Bible Society 
is presently engaged in a top-priority project, the translation of the Bible into every- 
day speech for the major languages, plus many key secondary languages and dia- 
lects. Nearly 50 projects now exist, involving langauges and dialects spoken by 
more than 70% of the world's population. 

At the present time, 97% of the world's population can secure at least a portion 
(a single Book) in their own language and approximately 3,000 translators are pre- 
sently at work on some 600 new translations and revisions. At the close of 1971, 
at least one Book of the Bible had been published in 1,457 languages and dialects, 
the complete Bible in 253. 

During 1971 the American Bible Society has distributed 90,129,921 Scriptures 
within the United States. This total reflects the continued growth and interests 
in the use of Scriptures, has supplies 53% of the 1971 United Bible Societies' World 
Service Budget, thereby providing over half of the 1971 world distribution total last 
year, 173 million Scriptures. Dr. Porter Routh was presented the symbolic 25 mil- 
lionth copy of "Good News". This small all-time best selling paperback publica- 
tion is now circulating in over 33 million copies. Other familiar Scriptures versions, 
including King James Version and Revised Standard Version, continue to be pub- 
lished and circulated in large numbers. Distribution of complete Bibles was in- 
creased to members of the Armed Services through chaplains', reaching 54,490 copies 
for an increase of 33.3% over 1970. 747,131 Scriptures were provided in special 
formats. The Book of Job was published in Today's English Version timed to meet 
the January Bible Study needs. Over 300,000 Scriptures were distributed through 
home missionaries of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Southern Baptists consider the American Bible Society an essential part of their 
own world-wide mission program and believe in the missionary importance of giving 
to the Society. 

Through gifts to American Bible Society, Southern Baptist churches have shown 
their deep and continued interest in providing the Word of God for every man in his 
own language. 

The 1971 gifts from Southern Baptists stand first in total gifts. Southern Baptists 
can lead if every church will give. The help of every Southern Baptist Church is 
needed. Has your church given this year? Gifts may be sent to the Baptist State Con- 
vention office, Box 26508, Raleigh, 27611, marked "For the American Bible Society." 

Respectfully submitted, 

N.R. Demchak, Representative 

44. Mrs. C.W. Warrick, First Baptist Church, Smithfield, North Carolina, presented 
a brief memorial to the deceased members of the association, and called the names 
and churches of the deceased members. 



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45. Upon motion by George B. Mast, properly seconded and unanimously adopted 
by the annual session, the 1972 annual was dedicated to A.G. Glenn and Adam Whit- 
ley, Jr. 

46. A brief report concerning the Baptist Children 4 s Homes was given by George 
B. Mast, the report being submitted in its entirety as follows: 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA, 

INC. 

1972 

For the past eighty -seven years, North Carolina Baptists and their Children* s 
Homes have been cooperated in a program of Christian child care. The Homes have 
been sensitive to human need and have provided children with quality care. North 
Carolina Baptists have given generous and enthusiastic support to their child care 
ministry. 

The agency is vigorously pursuing its basic purposes. Changing conditions which 
are affecting American life today are determining factors in the number of children 
needing our care and the types of care that are needed. More and more we are being 
asked to serve children with special needs beyond neglect and dependency. The ur- 
gency of the present and the challenge of the future is to find effective patterns of 
care for these children. 

The Children 4 s Homes continues to expand and improve its services to children 
and their families. Two new cottages are under construction at Broyhill Home. Mills 
Home is engaged in a year -long study to determine how we can best serve the child- 
ren in the Piedmont Area. The Ten Star Builders 4 Program is enlisting the support 
of Eastern North Carolina for Christian child care in our area. Across the state, re- 
newed effort is being given to the enlistment of foster families. Expanded services 
to families are being initiated. 

One of the major tasks confronting our work in Eastern North Carolina is the up- 
grading of our campus facilities to meet minimum standards for licensing our child 
care program. Most of our older buildings at Kennedy Home will require extensive 
and expensive renovation to meet these standards. Some buildings may have to be 
completely replaced with new structures. To meet this urgent need, we ask our Bap- 
tist friends in Eastern North Carolina to give serious and* prayerful thought to in- 
creased support for operating expenses and special bequests and donations for capi- 
tal improvements. 

We believe this ministry of child care deserves the confidence and support of 
North Carolina Baptists. Our Baptist friends have demonstrated through their interest 
and support that they believe in what we are doing. The Cooperative Program con- 
tinues to be the lifeblood of our financial support. The 1971 Thanksgiving Offering 
channeled $400,000 into our ministry of child care. Special gifts and bequests from 
individuals continue to provide for capital improvements. We deeply appreciate this 
generous support, and we pledge ourselves to continue this ministry of child care in 
the name of Christ and on behalf of North Carolina Baptists, 

Respectfully submitted, 
George B. Mast, Representative 



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47. Roger Williams, Superintendent of Kennedy Home, gave a message on the 
Children's Home, commented extensively concerning the service rendered by A.G. 
Glenn from 1950 to 1969 as trustee of the Baptist Children's Home in Thomasville. 
Mr. Williams noted the excellent service by Mr. Glenn in chairing the Social Ser- 
vices and Education Committee during the period when it became most strong and 
active in the development of the Children's Home. Mr. Williams recommended to 
the association that they note the Thanksgiving Offering as the A.G. Glenn Memorial 
Offering in memory and honor of his wonderful service. 

48. Dr. Coleman Markham spoke with respect to Campbell College. 

49. Alton Johnson presented the report of the Time, Place and Preacher Committee. 
He moved for its adoption and the same was duly adopted. 

TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

We, the undersigned, as the committee on time, place and preacher for the John- 
ston Baptist Association, do recommend the following: 

1. The time for the 1973 annual meeting: Monday and Tuesday, October 22 and 23, 
1973. 

2. The place: Corinth Church for the first session. Hales Chapel Church for the 
second session. 

3. The preacher: Hoyt Lock, Live Oak Church; The alternate preacher: George 
Knight, Kenly, North Carolina. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Alton Johnson, Chairman 



50. The moderator presented a slate of general officers for the coming year. They 
were presented upon motion duly made and seconded. The nominees were accepted 
by acclamation. 



REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE 



Association Officers: 



Moderator 

Vice Moderator 

Clerk 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Supt. of Missions 



M. B. MacLeod, Jr. 
Alfred T. Ayscue 
George B. Mast 
S. T. Anderson, Jr. 
Horace Ricks 
R. E. Moore 



Box 462, Smithfield, 27577 

Pine Level 27568 

P.O. Box 119, Smithfield 27577 

Box 745, Clayton 27520 

Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 



51. Upon motion duly made and seconded the Executive Committee was authorized 
to elect officers and associational heads as reported by the Nominating Committee. 
Motion carried. 

52. The new moderator, M.B. MacLeod, Jr., read a list of the persons appointed 
to needed committees during the coming year (a list of these committees is found 
in the Associational Directory). 



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53. The Reverend C.W. Driver, pastor of White Oak Baptist Church gave the bene- 
diction. 

54. Bolton Jones led the congregation in singing "Marching to Zion,** 

55. Reverend Hoyt Lock presented the scripture reading from Psalms 96 and gave 
the opening prayer. 

56. The chair recognized the Reverend A.T. Ayscue, who presented the report of 
the Resolutions Committee, as follows: 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

WHEREAS, the seventieth annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association has 
been convened on October 16 and 17, 1972 and now nears its adjournment and 

WHEREAS, messengers and visitors to the annual session have received the fellow- 
ship and hospitality of the host churches and inspiration from a well-planned pro- 
gram, 

Now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the messengers to the seventieth annual 
session of the Johnston Baptist Association express their appreciation to the two 
host churches, Four Oaks Baptist Church and White Oak Baptist Church, to the as- 
sisting churches, to the Committee on Order of Business, to the moderator, John 
Ryberg, and the clerk, George B, Mast, and 

WHEREAS, we the messengers of the Johnston Baptist Association, are dedicated 
to the principle of Christian nurture and growth for our children and 

WHEREAS, this association of Baptist churches also recognizes the important 
role of the public school system in the development of youth. 

Be it therefore, RESOLVED, by the Johnston Baptist Association, in annual session 
at the White Oak Baptist Church, October 17, 1972, that we renew and reconfirm our 
commitment to the "stewardship-of-time" principle approved by the Johnston 
County Board of Education in 1971, i.e., the recognition of a time in the week which 
churches throughout the county know is free from school programs and activities ,. 
that time being Wednesday evenings and Sundays. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that we as messengers, commend the Superintendent 
of Schools and the principals in the county for their good work and the spirit in 
which they have cooperated in the above-mentioned ruling. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED . . . that copies of this Resolution be sent to the Super- 
intendent of Schools, members of the Johnston County Board of Education, and John- 
ston County School Principals. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Alfred T. Ayscue, Chairman 

Resolutions Committee Report was unanimously adopted. 

57. The chair recognized E.S. Simpson, Christian Education Representative, who 
presented the report of the Baptist Colleges. He moved its adoption and it was 
adopted. 

REPORT ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

Information for this report is from two sources, primarily: The Education Com- 
mission of the Southern Baptist Convention and The Council on Christian Higher 



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Education of the Baptist State Convention of N.C. 

Baptist Schools along with all other colleges in the private sector of higher educa- 
tion are experiencing grave difficulties, particularly in the matter of rising costs. 
Although other private schools show a drop in enrollment, Baptist Colleges on the 
whole last year showed an increase in more than 2,000 students. In addition to this, 
two colleges that previously had been junior colleges have now become fully accre- 
dited senior colleges. These are Gardner -Webb College in Boiling Springs, N.C. and 
Averette in Danville, Va. Southern Baptist theological seminaries made an important 
step forward by agreeing on new degree requirements and new degree nomenclature. 

The Education Commission is looking forward in 1973 to concentrating on im- 
proved communication, particularly in the area of denominational relations and by 
improving services to Southern Baptist colleges and schools. These goals are out- 
lined in detail under the program statement. 

1. THE PROGRAM OF EDUCATION LEADERSHIP ANDCOORD1NATION - Goals for 
1972-73 include conducting seminars in a number of areas including public relations, 
student recruitment, and improved field work programs on Baptist College campuses. 
Additional goals are - improved communication with Baptist state papers, promoting 
additional trustee orientation conferences both at the state and institutional level 
and working more closely with all SBC agencies in program areas where there is 
mutual interest. 

2. THE PROGRAM OF TEACHER -PERSONNEL RECRUITMENT AND PLACEMENT 
SERVICE - The program goals for 1972-73 will be to continue to upgrade the place- 
ment service and more actively recruit dedicated men and women with the highest 
academic qualifications. A greater emphasis will be placed on discovering qualified 
Baptist administrative personnel since the placement office receives more and more 
requests in this area. 

3. THE PROGRAM OF STUDENT RECRUITMENT AND CONVENTION RELATIONS 
- Our goals for 1972-73 include sponsoring regional workshops on student recruit- 
ment and denominational relations, encouraging Baptist state conventions and Bap- 
tist institutions to play a greater role in observing the annual Conventionwide em - 
phasis on Baptist Seminaries, colleges, and schools, and to make wider use of all 
Southern Baptist Convention media for year-round emphasis on our educational in- 
stitutions. 

SUPPORT - Our educational institutions received $22,803,445 from state conven- 
tions and Southern Baptist Convention during the past year, or an increase of $1,080, 
523. In addition Georgia schools received $229,444 from the state convention as 
additions to their endowment funds, and Oklahoma Baptist University received from 
their convention $52, 750 for an endowment fund. 

Some interesting statistics concerning enrollment during 1971-72: 





Ministerial 


Home and 


Church 


Church 


Other 




Students 


Foreign 


Education 


Music 


Church 






Mission 


Volunteers 


Volunt. 


Vocation 






Volunteers 






Volunt. 


Seminaries 


3,775 


633 


1,224 


454 


67 


Senior Colleges 


3,353 


889 


643 


1,142 


1,182 


Junior Colleges 


340 


13 


35 


77 


35 


Academies 


32 


1 




1 




Bible Schools 


701 


26 


89 


64 




Totals 


8,201 


1,562 


1,991 


1,737 


1,286 



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Concerning our Baptist Colleges in North Carolina - Together we seek to provide 
opportunities for students to seek Truth in an atmosphere of freedom, guided by per- 
sons who are committed to God as He is revealed in Jesus Christ. 

The Baptist colleges continue to be grateful for the vital financial support which 
becomes through the Cooperative Program. Outside of student charges, the Coopera- 
tive Program is the largest financial source of income for the colleges. During the 
past year the amounts were: 



Campbell College $311, 688 Chowan College $192, 400 

Gardner-Webb College 213, 564 Mars Hill College 270, 322 

Meredith College 270, 322 Wake Forest Un. 467,532 

Wingate College 198, 172 Total $1, 924, 000 

One way our churches can help to relieve the financial burden of our schools is 
through participation in the Baptist College Scholarship Offering Day. Every year 
many of our churches provide student aid funds for needy North Carolina Baptist 
students by means of this special offering on Father* s Day. Other churches prefer 
to include this as a regular budgeted item. We urge more of our churches to enter 
into this investment in our youth. 

Some highlights of the past year: Dr. John E. Weems became the sixth president 
of Meredith College. Gardner -Webb became accredited as a four-year college by 
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Seventy young men and women from 
Baptist Colleges worked in churches across N.C. through Baptist Youth programs. 
Their salaries were paid jointly by the colleges and the churches. The total inclusive 
enrollment in our seven Baptist colleges during the past year was 16,609. 

Respectfully submitted, 
E.S. Simpson, Representative 



58. Mrs. R.E Moore, asked for the annual session to give Mrs. Leata Allen Barnes, 
special recognition for her work in writing the history of the Johnston Baptist W.M. 
U. Association. Mrs. Barnes spoke concerning the history and made copies available 
for $1.00 per copy for those interested in purchasing a history of the W.M.U. 

59. The Report on Ordinations was given by Alfred T. Ayscue, Chairman, as 
follows: 



REPORT ON ORDINATIONS 

The Committee on Ordinations met twice during the past year; At the request of 
Crestwood Church on March 23, 1972, for the purpose of examining Walter Jones and 
on May 11, 1972 at the request of Pine Level Church for the purpose of examining 
C.E. Clayton. Both the candidates for ordination to the gospel ministry answered all 
questions satisfactorily to the committee. After brief deliberation at the conclusion 
of the examination of the candidates, the committee unanimously recommended 
their ordination to the gospel ministry. 

The Committee on Ordinations stands ready to assist the churches of the associa- 
tion whenever there are candidates who seek entrance to the gospel ministry. The 
chairman of the committee will usually be contacted by the pastor of the candidate 



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at the request of the church. The committee will then make provision for the neces 
sary examinatioa 



60. A special program of music was given by the Kennedy Home children, pre- 
sented by Roger Williams and directed by Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson. 

61. Bolton Jones led the congregation in singing "Fairest Lord Jesus." 

62. Dr. Edward H. Pruden, pastor in residence, of Meredith College, presented the 
evening message "A Religion Without Reservations." Dr. Pruden' s message was 
based on an old testament story concerning the captivity of Israel in Babylon. Dr. 
Pruden urged us to stand up for what we believe— to stand up for religious freedom 
as John Bunyan and Roger Williams did. That Jesus Christ gives us no offer of pro- 
tection but challenge to one's faith", "access to peace which passes all understand- 
ing", "Christian philosophy of life is not based on ideal circumstances always", 
"God's gift of love helps us to take a bad situation and through God's spirit and 
Christian courage and initiative make the situation good", and "Gospel is called 
good news because it takes man when sin abounds and makes grace abound even 
more". 

63. Bolton Jones led the congregation in singing "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." 

64. John Ryberg announced the benediction and the association adjourned. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Alfred T. Ayscue, Chairman 




A NT IOC H (none) 



BETHANY (none) 



BAPTIST CENTER 



BETHESDA BAPTIST 
Mrs. David Barbour 
Bobby A. Harper 
Exum Hall 



Mr. Kyle Harrison 
Mrs. Melba Hill 
Mr. Garner Hill 
Mrs. Lelia Talton 



BAPTIST TABERNACLE 



Mrs. Ella Griffin 
Mr. J.B. Richardson 



BEULAH BAPTIST 

Mrs. Sarah J. Wood 
Mrs. Mary Bass 



Deacon R. M. Nowell 
Mr. Wilson Bailey 



BLACKMAN'S GROVE 
Mr. Osburn Mahler 
Mr. Jimmie Rhodes 
Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Barefoot 



BENSON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Nowell Smith, Sr. 



BENSON GROVE BAPTIST (none) 



BURNELL BAPTIST (none) 



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f^ATVADV DADTTCT 


HATFC r*T4ADPT R A DTTCT 


Mrs. Vestal Barefoot 


Mr. Clyde Parrish 


Mrs. Ometa Williams 


A /T r Tool/ PrDa/*Vi 

ivir. jdCK^reecn 


Mrs. i . n. jonnson, or. 


T4FPT47TR A T4 R ADTTCT /nnnM 
nErnAiD/in D/ir llol ^nonei 


A DTC D'C PUiDCI 

LnKlbK o CrinrbL 




Mr. Floyd Woodruff 


HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST 


Mrs. W. H. Strickland 


Mr. L.A. Hardee, Sr. 


Mr. Daniel P. Evans 


Mrs. Ida Ellis 


pen a n r^v>r\\yc 
L.buJ\R CjKUVc 


HDOD'C ^Rn\/R R A DTTCT 

i-'cciooii Koidnu u. rarKer 


rlKol DArllol ^LnilUJN 




\Ar Tl-i/^l Allan 

Mr. i nei Alien 


T<TF "NJT Y RAPTT^T 

ixElNLi I Dnr 1 lo 1 


Mrs. Frealon Lancaster 


\At Tpccp V<=1 ■w<=>rt/~»n 


Mrs. Alma Lawson 




TV Are D D Cllio 

Mrs. k. b. bins 


T PP'C PH ADPT R ADTTCT /nnno\ 

LiDd o ^n/ircL Dnr iioi ^none^ 


Mrs. Martha Spence 




Mrs. viola tins 


T TVF HAT^ R A DTTCT 
Lil V C KJr\ ix Dnrllol 


Mrs. B. B. Lancaster 


Mr. Malcom Smith 


Mr. b. b. bason 




Mr. Jesse H. Austin, Sr. 


T YT FS MF VfORT AT RAPTTCT 

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ivir. ooiud ividnin 


FTRST RAPTT9T PHTTRPH OF TvTTPRO 


Mr. Herman Fuller 


Mrs. Kate Pearce 


Deacon Gervis Hinnant 


Mrs. Lillian Wall 


Mr. Claude Ferrell 




/'"'ODT'MTT-J X/fTCCTTYM A DV P A DTTCT 

CUKlJNlrl MloolUJNAKi onrliol 
Mr. bSKer josepn ^orDcii, in 
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MIDDLESEX MISSIONARY BAPTIST 
Deacon J. C. Overman, Sr. 
Deacon Elton Lewis 


Mrs. j\aimeen i . ^oicnian 




ivir. w . rrcciiJan i iioiiidsbou 


XyfTCCTOM A DV R A DTTCT OF DTKTF T F\7FT 
MloolwiNnKl Dnrllol Ur rliNn LEVEL 


mt. vernon u. bins 


Sister E. Street Jones, Sr. 


Mr. Ralph O'Neal 


Brother Doc Rand Oliver 


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ivir . w. uce Eijib 


olSlcr KOSa rccUin 


Mr. H. Ronald Hocutt 


NEWTON GROVE BAPTIST (none) 


CRESTWOOD BAPTIST (none) 


NOBLES CHAPEL 


FAITH BAPTIST (none) 


Mr. Romie Eatmon 


FOUR OAKS BAPTIST 




Mr. Barham B. Creech 


X T /~"\ ivn T T P 1 jfTT* T TPTPT T~\ / _____ -.V 

NORTH SMITHFIELD (none) 



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OLIVER'S GROVE 


SHARON BAPTIST (none) 


Mr. Edward Benson 




Mr. James A. Price 




Mrs. Edna Earl Stanley 


SHILOH BAPTIST 


Mrs. Jesse Holland 


PARRISH MEMORIAL MISSIONARY 


BAPTIST 


Mr. Edward Medlin 


SMITHFIELD FIRST BAPTIST 


Mr. Barden Howes 


Mr. E.T. Forbes, Jr. 


Mr. William Medlin 


Deacon A. G. Glenn 


Mr. P.H. Kirby 


Mr. John Hobbs 


Mr. R.L. Braswell 


Mrs. Juanita E. Humphrey 


Mr. Michael Parrish 


Mrs. Myrtle C. Parrish 


Mrs. Ruby Pace 


Mrs. Neva B. Matthews 


Mr. Randall Little 




Mr. Glenn Wood 


STEVEN'S CHAPEL 




Deacon D. A. Daughtry 


PAULINE BAPTIST 


Mrs. Betty Thompson 


Mrs. Pearl Hines 






THANKSGIVING BAPTIST 


PINKNEY BAPTIST 


Mrs. Rena Carroll 


Mrs. Laud Strickland 






TRINITY BAPTIST 


PISGAH BAPTIST 


Mr. Loomis W. Johnson 


Mr. Adam J. Whitley, Jr. 




Mr. Carl Barbour 


WATKINS CHAPEL 




Mrs. C.V. Boughman 


PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST 




Mrs. Mary Lois L. Stephenson 


WHITE OAK BAPTIST 


Miss Rena Wall 


PRINCETON BAPTIST 


Mr. Proxter Barnes 


Mr. Sidney Stallings 


Mrs. Lura Green 


Mrs. Ralph Booth 


Mr. Leslie Murphey 


Mr. James Strickland 


Mr. Eugene Richardson 


SARDIS BAPTIST 


WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST 


Mr. Floyd Tyner 


Mrs. Effie Rebecca Holland 


Mrs. Malissa Lynn 


Mr. George Mitchiner 


Mr. Ransom Southerland 


SELMA BAPTIST 




Mrs. E.C. Perry 




Mrs. M. B. Lane 




Mrs. Ora Stout 




Mrs. W. B. Roberts 




Deacon Wilbur Wiggs 





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ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 



CHURCH 



MINISTER 



Bethany 
Clayton, First 



Crestwood 
Four Oaks 
Lyles Memorial 
Oliver's Grove 
Pinkney 
Sharon 

Smithfield, First 
Watkins Chapel 



Charles Carroll, Route 2, Kenly 27542 

W. W. Turner, P.O. Box 315, Clayton 27520 

Troy Page, Jr., P.O. Box 272, Clayton 27520 

Harold M. White, 330 Crescent Drive, Clayton 27520 

W.S. Jones, Jr., P.O. Box 566, Smithfield 27577 

R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 

Thomas Woodell, Route 3, Box 70, Clayton 27520 

Worth A. Johnson, Route 3, Four Oaks 27524 

A.W. Hill, 111 Sumpter Road, Goldsboro 27530 

Fletcher Ford, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 

A.L. Brown, 614 A South Fourth Street, Smithfield 27577 

Charles F. Barry, 506 Hancock, Smithfield 27577 

Charles Campbell, HH C16th Sig By, APO New York, N.Y. 



CHURCH 
Clayton, First 
Smithfield, First 



ASSISTANT PASTORS 
MINISTER 

John Eugene Pennington, Jr. , 518 Rice Circle, Wake 
Forest 27587 

William B. Stillerman, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577 



MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 
CHURCH MINISTER 

Antioch Eldridge Narron, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Tabernacle Lunsford Jack Bailey, Box 789, Wendell 27591 

Corinth Donald Lee Michael, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Pleasant Grove Medwick V. Byrd, Route 1, Angier 27501 



LICENSED MINISTERS (BUT NOT ORDAINED) 



CHURCH MINISTER 

Antioch Eldridge Narron, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Benson Whitley Hood, Benson 27504 

Bethesda Linwood Barbour, 259 Johnson Street, Clayton 27520 

Corinth Donald L. Michael, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Parrish Memorial Thomas Pearce, Route 3, Selma 27576 
Gordon Parrish, Route 2, Selma 27576 

Pinkney Harvey J. Pittman, Route 2, Box 334 D, Pikeville 27863 



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MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 



CHURCH MINISTER 

Crestwood W.S. Jones, Jr., P.O. Box 566, Smithfield 27577 

Pine Level C. Eugene Clayton, Pine Level 27568 



HISTORICAL EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST 

ANTIOCH - Paid off note on air -conditioner, remodeled Antioch community build- 
ing. 

BAPTIST CENTER - Church celebrated 100th birthday with centennial and home- 
coming October, improvements on parsonage and church building, 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE - New auditorium completed, dedication service on February 
13, 1972, 

BENSON GROVE - Homecoming in September 

BETHANY - Associational Brotherhood and Boys Meeting, Homecoming 

BLACK MAN'S GROVE - Associational Meeting held at Blackman's Grove, October 

18, 1971, Reverend Joe Puckett resigned September 30, 1972, 
BURNELL - Educational building with kitchen and bathrooms. 
CARTER'S CHAPEL - Installed loud speakers in church, 
CLAYTON, FIRST - Extensive beautification program. 

CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Installed rest rooms and painted interior of community building, 
installed air-conditioning and heating system in sanctuary, educational depart- 
ment and pastor ium. 

CRESTWOOD - Ordination of W.S. Jones, Jr. 

FOUR OAKS - Summer recreation program. 

HEPHZIBAH - Installed baptistry. 

MICRO - Completed baptistry, carpeted nursery, installed water cooler, installed 

gutters, landscaped church yeard, initiation of memorial fund, built outside grill. 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mrs. Willie (Mary) Lee retired September 30, 1971 after 43 

years faithful service, dedication of sanctuary lights in memory of Mrs. Beulah 

Stephenson, renovation of basement. 
PRINCETON - Celebration of W.M.U. 50th anniversary in church. 
SELMA - Billy Stephens called as first resident minister of youth, celebration of 

centennial, Tel-In ministry to shut-ins, initiated in June. 
SMITHFIELD, FIRST - Purchase of new Allen organ. 
STEPHENS CHAPEL - Established church constitution. 
TRINITY - Establishment of church library 
W ATKINS CHAPEL - Installed carpet in sanctuary. 

WHITE OAK - C.W. Driver began pastorate January 1, 1972, new choir robes pur- 
chased. 

WILSON'S MILLS - Installation of new lighting fixtures in auditorium. 



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State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Clerk 

GEORGE B. MAST 


Address City State Zip 

Box 119 Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


PASTORS & ADDRESSES 


Kenneth Dudley Holland, Rt. 1, Middlesex 
Robert G. Brooks, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Shuford O. Edwins, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Donald M. Price, 204 W. Main St., Benson 27504 
Billy Pittman, 420 Stewart St., Clayton 


William Poole, Knightdale 

E. C. Reeves, Rt. 1, Box 405, Clayton 27520 

James David Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Joe R. Puckett, 513 Lee St., Smithfield 27577 

Wayne Hyatt, Rt. 1, Box 90, Selma 27576 


J. Leon Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Robert Barefoot, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 
Leslie H. Parrish, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Patrick N. Forbes.. P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520 
Robert C. White, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


James A. Womble, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

N. R. Demchak, Rt. 3, Box 480, Smithfield 27577 

Wlater S. Jones, Jr., Box 152, Smithfield 27577 

Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 

W. Kenneth Wellman, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Robert A. Bridgeman, Rt. 1, Box 177, Princeton 27569 
Wayne F. Harper, P.O. Box 358, Clayton 27520 
Leon Tart, Jonesboro Rd., Rt. 2, Dunn 28344 
George N. Knight, Kenly 27542 
Gary D. Morris, 448 Judson Dr., Wake Forest 


Hoyt Lock, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
H. Buel Creason, P.O. Box 415, Clayton 27520 
Thomas R. Edwards, Rt. 2, Box 330-E, Smithfield 
Alfred L. Stanley, Box 224, Middlesex 27557 
Ray Cooper, Garner 


Guy C. Moore, Rt. 1, Sims 27888 

Billy R. Pittman. 420 Stewart St., Clayton 27520 
Leslie V. Allen, Rt. 3, Box 201, Selma 27576 
Niles Compton, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 


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Antioch 
Baptist Center 
Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton, First 
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Kenly 

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Live Oak 
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North Smithfield 
Olivers Grove 
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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Clerk 

GEORGE B. MAST 


Address City State Zip 

Box 119 Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


PASTORS & ADDRESSES 


Alfred T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 

James Rudolph Rowe, Rt. 1, Dudley 

Donald K. Horn, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Andrew B. Moon, Sr., Rt. 1, Box 214, Willow Springs 

Horace W. Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 


A. L. Brown, 614-A S. Fourth St., Smithfield 27577 

D. Wayne Martin, 506 W. Waddell St., Selma 27576 

Robert Coats, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 

Paul Morrow, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

John Ryberg, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577 


C. E. Clayton, Box 145, Pine Level 27568 

Mike Moore, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Ray Yarborough, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Walter Wood, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

C. W. Driver, Rt. 2, Box 589, Clayton 27520 

C. S. Hendon, Box 119, Wilson's Mills 27593 


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Pine Level 

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Princeton 


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Sharon 
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Association 

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State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Training Union Director 

C. RAY YARBOROUGH 


Address City State Zip 

Rt. 2 Benson North Carolina 27504 


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Harold Hocutt, 611 W. Lane St., Raleigh 

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Larry Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

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Michael Boyette, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


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Jerry Grice, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Miss Lois Capps, 305 North Raiford, Selma 27576 

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Ray Benson, 301 S. Hardee, Clayton 27520 

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Ralph Moore, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 
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Blackman's Grove 
Burnell 


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NORTH CAROLINA 


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Rt. 2 Benson North Carolina 27504 


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Simon Lee, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27576 
None 
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Princeton 


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Selma 
Sharon 
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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational WMU Director 

MRS. R. E. MOORE 


Address City State Zip 

Box 164 Four Oaks North Carolina 27524 


WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Mrs. Sam Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 

Mrs. Nadine Wells, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Harold Andrews, Box 331, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. P. H. Denning, Jr., 311 W. Church St., Benson 27504 

Mrs. Barry Barbour, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


Mrs. B. H. Brown, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 
Mrs. Ashley Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Hazel McLamb, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Mrs. Wootirow Wood, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. Mayo Tart, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


Mrs. Nelson Newton, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Mrs. Delores Sutton, Rt. 2, Kenly 
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Mrs. Hume Creech, Rt. 3, Box 116, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Frances Adams, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


Mrs. C. R. Johnson, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 
Mrs. R. N. Demchak, Rt. 3, Box 480, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Marguerite Pilkington, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Elwood Banks, 301-North, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. Frank Chamblee, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Mrs. Dewey Braswell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Mae Knowles, Box 452, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Joe E. Hudson, Rt. 2, Beason 27504 
Mrs. Ray Boyette, Kenly 27542 
Mrs. Joe Faison, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Mrs. James L. Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Muriel Heath, Box 73, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Edward Batten, Micro 27555 

Mrs. Jake Wright, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Maggie Joyce Bennett, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 


Mrs. Jimmy Stallings, Box 67, Sims 27880 

Mrs. Edwin Price, Rt. 3, Box 290, Smithfield 27577 

None 

Mrs. Arthur Starling, Rt. 2, Box 276, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Eunice Weeks, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 


CHURCHES 


Antioch 
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Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
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Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


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Hephzibah 
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Kenly 

Lee's Chapel 


Live Oak 
Lyles Memorial 
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Newton Grove 


Ndbles Chapel 
North Smithfield 
Oliver Grove 
Parrish Memorial 
Pauline 



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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

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Associational WMU Director 

MRS. R. E. MOORE 


Address City State Zip 

Box 164. Four Oaks North Carolina 27524 


WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Mrs. Clara Parker, Pine Level 27568 

Mrs. A. W. Hill, 111 Sumpter Rd., Goldsboro 27530 

Mrs. Russell Murphey, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Brant Johnson, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Carlyle Woodard, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 


Mrs. H. J. Whitley, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Jim Moore, 402 N. Sumter St., Selma 27576 

Mrs. Grover Creech, Rt. 4, Longview, Rose Manor, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Joan Parrish, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Mrs. J. E. Teague, 511 S. Fourth St., Smithfield 27577 


Mrs. Sherill Thompson, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. R. E. Earp, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. David E. Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Dorothy B. Driver, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Alton Wall, Rt. 2, Box 521B, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 


CHURCHES 


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Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 
Smithfield 


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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Brotherhood Director 

EDISON TEMPLE 


Address City State Zip 

Four Oaks North Carolina 27524 


BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


None 
None 
None 

P. H. Denning, Jr., 311 W. Church St., Benson 27504 
None 


None 

Rev. E. C. Reeves, Rt. 1, Box 405, Clayton 27520 

Malah McLamb, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

None 

None 


None 

Roger Sutton, Rt. 2, Kenly 
None 

C. W. Pleasant, 612 S. Barbour St., Clayton 27520 
None 


None 

Tommie Williams, Rt. 4, Box 1073, Smithfield 27577 
None 

Jerry Durham, RFD 3, Four Oaks 27524 
None 


Ray Evans, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Alton E. Wood, Rt. 3, Clayton 27520 

None 

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None 


None 
None 
None 

Joe Overman, Middlesex 27557 
None 


None 

J. R. Daughtry, Rt. 4, Box 313, Smithfield 27577 

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None 

None 


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Antioch 
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Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 

Carter's Chapel 
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Kenly 

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Live Oak 
Lyles Memorial 
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Newton Grove 


Nobles Chapel 
North Southfield 
Oliver Grove 
Parrish Memorial 
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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 




S.T.ANDERSON. JR. 


Address City State Zip 

Box 745 Clayton North Carolina 27520 


TREASURERS & ADDRESSES 


Albert Boykin, Rt. 1, Middlesex 

Etta Mae Canady, 203 Blanche, Clayton 27520 

Howard Driver, Rt. 1 , Wendell 27591 

P. H. Denning, Jr., 311 W. Church, Benson 27504 

Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Cinyee 


K. D. Stancil, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Mr. Glen Davis, Rt. 2, Box 374, Clayton 27520 

Woodrow Ivey, Rt. 3, Dunn 28334 

Fulton Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

W. T. Allen, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 


Nelson Newton, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Kenneth Anderson, Box 102, Micro 27555 
Henry Dail, 124 Boswell, Wilson 27893 
J. Vernon Corbett, 516 N O'Neil, Clayton 
Mrs. Zella Strickland, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


Wyatt Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Lacy Wall, Rt. 4, Box 409, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. John S. Lewis, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Jessee Keen, Box 291, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. F. C. Vann. Rt. 1, Box 46, Zebulon 27597 


Charles G. Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Shirley Bass, 706 E. Joyner, Clayton 
Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
J. D. Bailey, Kenly 27542 
Mr. Oris Stallings, Box 204, Middlesex 


Mrs. Chloe Scott, Rt. 1 , Selma 27576 
Muriel Heath. Box 73, Clayton 27520 
Mr. Thurman Batten, Box 103, Micro 27555 
Cecil Williford, Box 240, Middlesex 27557 
DeWayne West, Newton Grove 28566 


Mr. Reuben Strickland 

Mrs. Nancy Cabe, Rt. 4, Box 257, Smithfield 27577 
Thel Price, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 
Lester House, Rt. 2, Box 294, Princeton 27569 
Barber R. Wood, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 


CHURCHES 


Antioch 
Baptist Center 
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Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
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Blackman's Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
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Corinth 

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Kenly 

Lees Chapel 


Live Oak 
Lyles Mem. 
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Nobles Chapel 
North S'field 
Oliver Grove 
Parrish Mem. 
Pauline 



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Association 

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State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


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S.T. ANDERSON. JR. 


Address City State Zip 

Box 745 Clayton North Carolina 27520 


TREASURERS 8. ADDRESSES 


Hubert F. Radford, Pine Level 27568 
Mrs. Durwood Bailey, Rt. 2, Pikeville 27863 
Wilbert C. Massengill, Black Creek Rd., Four Oaks 
Mrs. Charles Gregory, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
Earl S. Price, Box 246, Princeton 27569 


Thurman D. Strickland, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Mr. Hubert Allen, Poole Drive, Selma 27576 
H. Shelton Castleberry, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 
Eugene IM. Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
G. A. Allen, 401 S. Second, Smithfield 27577 


Joseph H. Hatcher, Box 21 1, Princeton 27569 

Clifton Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Sherwood Tart, Rt. 2, Benson 275041 

Mr. J. S. Hinton, Rt 3, Zebulon 27597 

Charles H. Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 580, Clayton 27520 

D. P. Brown, Box 61, Wilson's Mills 27593 


CHURCHES 


Pine Level 

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Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


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Sharon 
Shiloh 
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Box 164 Four Oaks North Carolina 27524 


CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 


Mrs. Worth C. Brown, Rt. 2, Box 210, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Joyce E. Marshburn, Rt. 2, Box 288, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. J. Ray Newell, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Mrs. James W. Rose, 502 W. Hornett St., Benson 27504 
Mrs. Barry Barbour, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


Mrs. O. B. Batten, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Bobby S. Godwin, 901 E. Home St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Claytor McLamb, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Herma Massengill, Rt. 2, Box 299, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 


Mrs. John Morgan, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Mr. Thomas W. Lamm, Box 164, Micro 27555 
Miss Modie Morris, Rt. 2, Box 497, Wilson 27893 
Mrs. J. W. Lee, 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. EInora S. Phipps, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


Mrs. William I. Andrews, Box 312, Wendell 27591 
Mrs. Lacy Wall, Rt. 4, Box 409, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Myrtle A. Ballard, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Mr. James B. Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. B. Jaye Bunn, Rt. 3, Box 12, Zebulon 27597 


Mrs. Jimmy Braswell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Mr. Roy Benson, 219 John St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Mrs. H. V. Edgerton, Kenly 27542 
Mrs. Lessie Alford, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Lois Jones, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Betty J. Evans, 411 Andrews, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Shelby Jean Barnes, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Frances B. Chambles, Box 226, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Edna Jackson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 


Mrs. Charles B. Boykin, City 33 Box 6, Wilson 27893 
Mrs. James Braswell, Rt. 3, Box 286B, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Janice Price, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. Linwood Price, Rt. 3, Box 180, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Barber R. Wood, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 


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Hoods Grove 
Kenly 

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Mrs. Harvey J. Pittman, Rt. 2, Box 334D, Pikeville 27893 

Mrs. Christine Thompson, Rt. 1, Box 280, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Eva B. Austin, Rt. 1, Gamer 27529 

Mrs. G. F. Brown, Box 305, Princeton 27569 


Mrs. Delphia 0. Whitley, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Mr. Bernard Proctor, W. Elizabeth St., Selma 27576 

Mr. Harold Tharrington, Rt. 4, Box 90, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Eugene N. Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

William Barnes, 211 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 27577 


Mr. Jerry F. Oliver, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Phillip E. Parrish, Box 211, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. Bobby Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 598, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 


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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Moderator 

M. B. MAC LEOD, JR. 


Address City State Zip 

McCullers St. Smithfield North Carolina 27577 




CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 


Worth C. Brown, Rt. 2, Box 210, Selma 27576 
Richard R. Lee, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Bruce Johnson, Box 114, Zebulon 27597 

Barry Barbour, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


G. V. Stancil, Rt. 2, Kenley 27542 
Luther Puckett, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Malah McLamb, Rt. 2, BEnson 27504 
James Wm. Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 


E. B. Williams, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

A. C. Grady, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Roland Melancon, Box 188, Bailey 

W. R. O'Neal, 5135 S. Starling St., Clayton 27520 

H. T. Painter, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


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Earl Strickland, 424 Brogden Rd., Smithfield 27577 
Odis L. Newsome, 609 Tower Drive, Selma 27576 
H. .1 Beeker, c/o Four Oaks Elem. Sch., Four Oaks 
Calvin Hales, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Glen Creech, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Cameron Mercer, 309 E. Horne St., Clayton 27520 

Joe Hudson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

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Glen Driver, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Vernon Edwards, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Henry Woodell, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2, Selma 27576 
L. G. Deans, Rt. 2, Middlesex 27557 
Braxton Tart, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 


Ferby Fulghum, Rt. 1, Bailey 

Lloyd McLeod, Rt. 3, Box 202, Smithfield 27577 

George W. Allen, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Bill Braswell, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 


CHURCHES 


Antioch 
Baptist Center 
Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
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Blackmaris Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 

Carter's Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton, First 
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Four Oaks 
Hales Chapel 


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Hoods Grove 
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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Moderator 

M. B. MAC LEOD, JR. 


Address City State Zip 

McCullers St. Smithfield North Carolina 27577 




CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 


Charlie Batten, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 
None 

Clinnon Mitchell, Rt. 5, Goldboro 27530 
Unknown 

Brant Johnson, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


Elwood Evans, Box 561, Princeton 27569 
W. L. Smithfield, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
None 

Edward Renfrow, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
Amos Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 


William H. Perry, Rt. 1, Box 501, Smithfield 27577 
John V. Wellons, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Wilbur Alford, Rt 1, Benson 27504 
Kenneth Wall, Rt. 3, Zebulon 27597 


Glen Moore, Rt. 2, Box 586, Clayton 27520 
Babe Jones, Wilson's Mill 27593 


CHURCHES 


Pauline 
Pine Level 
Pinkney 
Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 


Princeton 

Sardis 

Selma 

Sharon 

Shiloh 


Smithfield 
Stevens Chapel 
Thanksgiving 
Trinity 

Watkins Chapel 


White Oak 
Wilson's Mills 



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DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 



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Antioch Mrs. Erdene Narron, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Bethesda Mrs. E. C. Reeves, Route 1, Box 405, Clayton 27520 

Carter's Chapel Miss Linda Brown, Route 2, Selma 27576 

Clayton, First Mrs. Wilson Champion, 330 W. Stallings Street, Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel Miss Patricia Medlin, Route 1, Wendell 27591 

Corinth Mrs. Wilbur Johnson, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 

Crestwood Miss Diane Shrum, 402 N. Sharpe Street, Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Mrs. R. E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Cathy Whitley, Box 381, Zebulon 27597 

Kenly Mrs. Lula Jolliff, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Mike Wimberly, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Dale Dunn, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Pine Level Mrs. Huber Radford, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah Mrs. Alton Whitley, Route 1, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Edward Miller, Route 1, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton Miss Erma Lee Woodard, Route 1, Princeton 27569 

Selma Mrs. Maylon Baker, 405 W. Richardson St. , Selma 27576 

Sharon Mrs. Hermon Vinson, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 

Stephens Chapel Mrs. Sherrill Thompson, Route 2, Smithfield 27577 

Trinity Mrs. Carl D. Peacock, Route 2, Benson 27504 



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Benson Baptist 
Benson Grove 
Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackman's Grove 

Burnell 

Calvary 

Carter's Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton, First 
Clydes Chapel 
Corinth 
Crestwood 



Lou Bell Davis, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 
Mrs. Willa Stanley, Route 1, Box 8, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Kenneth Nowell, Route 1, Wendell 27591 
Miss Wilhelmina Utley, W. Main Street, Benson 27504 
Mrs. Charles Pa rrish, Route 1, Angier 27504 
Mrs. Jerry Massey, Route 2, Kenly 27542 
Miss Sheila Thomas, Route 1, Clayton 27520 
Judy Mc Lamb, Route 2, Dunn 28334 
Mrs. Earl Johnson, Route 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Miss Beverly Massengill, Route 3, Four Oaks 27524 
Miss Teresa Barefoot, Route 2, Dunn 28334 
Mrs. Shirley Edwards, Route 3, Selma 27576 
Miss Sue Ellen Williamson, Route 1, Wilson 27893 
Mrs. Wesley Garner, P.O. Box 276, Clayton 27520 
Miss Verna Phipps, Route 1, Wendell 27591 
Mrs. Eugene Hinton, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 
Mrs. Billy Whitley, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 

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Faith 
Four Oaks 
Hales Chapel 
Hephzibah 
Hocutt Memorial 
Hood's Grove 
Kenly 

Lee's Chapel 
Live Oak 
Lyles Memorial 
Micro 
Middlesex 
Newton Grove 
Nobles Chapel 
Oliver's Grove 
Parrish Memorial 
Pauline 
Pine Level 
Pinkney 
Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 

Princeton 

Sard is 

Selma 

Sharon 

Shiloh 

Smithfield, First 
Smithfield, North 
Stephens Chapel 
Thanksgiving 
Trinity 

Watkins Chapel 
White Oak 
Wilson's Mills 



Miss Mary Ann Sutton, Pine Level 27542 

Miss Dianna Barbour, Route 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. Bob Brown, Route 1, Zebulon 29797 

Miss Kathy Eatmon, P. O. Box 134, Princeton 27569 

Miss Charlotte Baker, 708 E. Joyner Street, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Bevie Parker, Route 1, Newton Grove 28366 

Mrs. Gary Knight, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Johnnie Kemp, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Linda Creech, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Fredia Heath, P.O. Box 73, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Lloyd Batten, Route 2, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Barbara Nell Strickland, Middlesex 27557 

Mr. Thomas Williford, Newton Grove 28366 

Mrs. Carl D. Glover, Route 1, Sims 27880 

Miss Lanie Tyner, Route 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. William Ray Woodard, Micro 27555 

Mrs. Janice Gregory, Route 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. C. F. Godwin, Pine Level 27568 

Miss Janet Collier, Route 1, Kenly 27542 

Miss Teresa Hobbs, Route 1, Smithfield 27577 

Miss Patricia Gregory, Route 1, Garner 27529 

Mrs. Cecil Johnson, Princeton 27569 

Connie Whitley, Route 2, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Leon Woodruff, 101 N. Green St. , Selma 27576 

Mrs. Glenwood Crocker, Route 2, Box 178 A, Selma 27576 

Audrey Ford, Route 1, Garner 27529 

Thad Hardee, 411 Woodall Street, Smithfield 27577 

None 

J. V. Welions, Jr., Route 2, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Lynwood Price, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Christopher Barefoot, Route 2, Benson 27504 

Miss Julie Wilson, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Thomas Davis, Route 2, Box 162, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Willis Creech, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 



LAY REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD 

ANTIOCH - Kenneth Holland, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Worth C. Brown, Route 2, Selma 27576 

Bobby Hinton, Route 1, Middlesex 
BAPTIST CENTER - Lawrence Canady, 203 Blanche Street, Clayton 27520 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE - ThurmanW. Johnson, Route 3, Zebulon 27597 
BENSON - Whitely Hood, Benson 27504 
BENSON GROVE - None 
BETHANY - None 

BETHESDA - D.P. Lee, Route 1, -Clayton 27520 
BEULAH - Malah McLamb, Route 2, Benson 27504 

Wade Lee Barefoot, Route 2, Dunn 28334 
•BLACKMAN'S GROVE - J.G. Lee, Route 2, Four Oaks 27524 



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BURNELL - Josephus Johnson, Route 1, Willow Springs 27592 
CALVARY - E.B. Williams, Route 2, Dunn 28334 
CARTER'S CHAPEL - None 
CEDAR GROVE - None 

CLAYTON, FIRST - James Little, P.O. Box 182, Clayton 27520 
CLYDES CHAPEL - Nevell Davis, Route 1, Wendell 27591 
CORINTH - Mrs. Carl Glover, Route 1, Zebulon 27591 
CRESTWOOD - Tommie Williams, Route 4, Box 1073, Smithfield 27577 
FAITH - None 

FOUR OAKS - Douglas Johnson, Route 2, Box 44F, Four Oaks 27524 
HALES CHAPEL - Will Creech, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 
HEPHZIBAH - Way Ion Howell, Route 1, Princeton 27569 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL - None 
HOOD'S GROVE - None 
KENLY - None 

LEE'S CHAPEL - Louis Driver, Middlesex, 27557 
LIVE OAK - Nevelle Maidon, Route 1, Selma 27576 
LYLES MEMORIAL - Henry Woodell, Route 1, Clayton 27520 
MICRO - None 

MIDDLESEX - William G, Morris, Middlesex 27557 
NEWTON GROVE - None 

NOBLES CHAPEL - Irvin Morris, Route 1, Sims 27880 

OLIVER'S GROVE - None 

PARRISH MEMORIAL - None 

PAULINE - Frank Walker, Smithfield 27577 

PINE LEVEL - Harold Pee din, Route 3, Selma 27576 

PINKNEY - None 

PISGAH - Alton Whitley, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 
PLEASANT GROVE - Alton Johnson, Route 3, Raleigh 27603 
PRINCETON - J.G. Brown, Route" 2, Princeton 27569 
SARDIS - William Godwin, Jr., Selma 27576 
SELMA - George Sturgeon, 308 N. Pollock St., Selma 27576 
SHARON - Bob Coats, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 
SHILOH - None 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST - George B. Mast, P.O. Box 119, Smithfield 27577 

E.S. Simpson, Sunset Drive, Smithfield 27577 
SMITHFIELD, NORTH - None 

STEPHENS CHAPEL - John V. Wellons, Jr., Route 2, Smithfield 27577 
THANKSGIVING - S.C. Woodard, Route 1, Selma 27576 
TRINITY - Russell Johnson, Route 2, Benson 27504 
W ATKINS CHAPEL - Mrs. R.A. Avery, Route 1, Selma 27576 
WHITE OAK - Jake Barnes, Route 1, Wendell, 27591 
WILSON'S MILLS - Willis Creech, Smithfield 27577 
L.A. Johnson, Smithfield 27577 



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Southern Baptist Press 
Wolfe City, Texas 




JOHNSTON 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 1973 



ANNUAL 
of the 

JOHNSTON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
North Carolina 

Containing 

Proceedings of the 

SEVENTY - FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 

CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 22, 1973 

HALES CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 23, 1973 




The next Annual Session will be held at 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 21, 1974 

and 

SELMA BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 22, 1974 



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Table of Contents 



Dedication 2 

Associational Directory 4 

Sunday School Officers 4 

Church Training Officers 4 

Brotherhood Officers 4 

Music Officers 4 

Library Officers 4 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 4 

Standing Committees 5 

Messengers 6 

Constitution 8 

Proceedings 11 

In Memoriam - Our Beloved Dead 32 

Assistant Pastors 40 

Ministers Licensed This Year 40 

Ministers Ordained This Year 40 

Historical Events of Special Interest 41 

Historical Table 42 

Map of the Association 34-35 

Program 12 

Statistical Tables 46 

Church Directory 64 



Associational Directory 



Moderator M.B. MacLeod, Jr., Box 1337, Smithfield 27577 

Vice- Moderator Alfred T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 

Clerk George B. Mast, Box 119, Smithfield 27577 

Treasurer Edward Renfrow, Smithfield 27577 

Historian Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Superintendent of Missions R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 



Associational Sunday School Officers 



Director Tony Bras well, Pine Level 27 56 8 

Teacher Improvement Director Mrs. Hume Creech, RFD 3, Clayton 27520 

Vacation Bible School Director Donald K. Horn, RFD 1, Smithfield 27577 

Extension Activity Director Herman Jones 

Preschool Director Mrs. Norwood Jones, Pine Level 27568 

Children's Director Mrs. Berry Oliver, Pine Level 27568 

Youth Director Charles T. Strickland, 111 Holden St., Smithfield 27577 

Adult Director Glenwood Brown, RFD 2, Princeton 27569 



Associational Church Training Officers 



Director Hoyt Lock, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Adult Director Billy Wiggs, Smithfield 27577 

Youth Director Jack Colwell, Four Oaks 27524 

Children's Director Mrs. Bill Morris, Middlesex 27557 

Preschool Director Mrs. Norwood Jones, Pine Level 27 568 



Associational Brotherhood Officers 



Director Edison Temple, Four Oaks 27524 

Royal Ambassador Leader Nathan Peterson, RFD 3, Smithfield 27577 

Mission Action Leader Walton Herring, RFD 2, Princeton 27569 

Mission Study Leader Dr. W.C. Adams, Benson 27524 



Associational Music Officers 



Director Bolton Jones, RFD 1, Smithfield 27577 

Director of Youth Music Mrs. Patrick Forbes, Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Director of Children's Music Mrs. Jack Colwell, Four Oaks 27524 



Associational Library Officers 

Director Mrs. Jerry Wood, Selma 27576 

Consultants Mrs. Herman Vinson, RFD 4, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. C.D. Peacock, RFD 2, Benson 27504 

Associational Woman's Missionary Union Officers 
Director Mrs. L.R. Stanley, Wilson Mills Rd., Smithfield 27577 



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Associate Director 

Baptist Women's Director 

Baptist Young Women's Director 

Treasurer 

Acteens Director 

Girls in Action Director 



Mrs. Hume Creech, RFD 3, Clayton 27520 

. . Mrs. William Barnes, 211 Woodlawn Dr. 27577 

Mrs. Walter Wood, RFD 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. F.E. Allen, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Jan Barry, 505 E. Hancock, Smithfield 27577 
... Mrs. A.B. Moon, RFD 1, Willow Springs 27592 



Mission Friends Director 
Mission Activity Director 
Mission Prayer Chairman . 
Secretary 



Mrs. Mike Moore, Clayton 27520 

, Mrs. Cameron Mercer, Clayton 27520 

. Mrs. Tom Stanley, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Tony Lassiter, RFD 4, Smithfield 27577 



GROUP LEADERS: 

Group 1 - Mrs. A.D. Driver, Middlesex 27557 
Group 2 - Mrs. R.E. Earp, Route 1, Selma 27576 
Group 3 - Mrs. A.T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 
Group 4 - Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Route 2, Smithfield 27577 
Group 5 - Mrs. Dalmon Lee, Route 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Group 6 - Mrs. Shirley Byrd, Benson 27504 

Group 7 - Mrs. Leata Allen Barnes, 1129 W. Main, Clayton 27520 
Group 8 - Mrs. Sam Narron, Route 1, Middlessex 27557 

Mitchiner Loan Fund Committee: Mrs. S.E. Powell, Princeton 27569 Route 2; Mrs. F.E. 

Allen, Clayton 27520; Mrs. Joe Parrish, Benson 27504 
Nominating Committee: Mrs. R.E. Earp, Selma 27576; Mrs. S.E. Powell, Route 2, 

Princeton 27569; Mrs. Albert W. Williams, Route 2, Smithfield 27577; 



COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS: 

Reverend Horace Ricks, Chairman, Box 215, Princton 27569 

Mrs. S. Clarence Woodard, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Joe Nail, Box 119, Smithfield 27 577 

Reverend Patrick Forbes, Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Reverend Don Price, Benson 27504 
COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS: 

Reverend Hoyt Lock, Chairman, Route 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. C.W. Warrick, Smithfield 27577 

John Radford, Selma 27576 

Reverend Mike Moore, Clayton 27520 

COMMITTEE ON TIME. PLACE AND PREACHER: 

D. Elvin Johnson, Chairman, Smithfield Route 1, 27577 

Hubert Radford, Pine Level 27568 

Reverend A.T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 
COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS: 

Reverend D. Wayne Martin, Chairman, Box 446, Selma 27576 

Herman Jones, Clayton 27 520 

Mrs. William Barnes, Smithfield 27577 



ASSOCIATIONAL COMMITTEES FOR 1973-74 



Appointed by Moderator M.B. MacLeod, Jr. 
Hales Chapel Baptist Church, October 23, 1973 



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CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

Reverend John Ryberg, Chairman, Smithfield 27577 

Wallace Ashley, Smithfield 27577 

Ken Thrasher, Smithfield 27577 

Bennie Parker, Smithfield 27577 

Reverend Donald Price, Benson 27504 
REPORTER: 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Colwell, Four Oaks 27524 
COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS: 

Reverend John Ryberg, Chairman, Smithfield 27577 

Reverend Patrick Forbes, Clayton 27520 

Reverend Horace Ricks, Princeton 27569 

Reverend Mike Moore, Clayton 27520 

Reverend Donald Price, Benson 27504 

Reverend A.T. Ayscue, Pine Level 27568 

Reverend Wayne Martin, Selma 27576 

Reverend Hoyt Lock, Selma 27576 
COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS: 

Mrs, J. Ray No well 
COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM: 

Reverend Andrew Moon, Chairman, Willow Springs 27569 

Chester Capps 

Reverend Joe Deaton, Smithfield 27577 
Reverend C.W. Driver, Clayton 27520 
Joe Boyette, Smithfield 27577 

REPRESENTATIVES OF INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES: 

BAPTIST COLLEGES - E.S. Simpson, Smithfield 27577 
CHRISTIAN LITERATURE - Reverend Patrick Forbes, Clayton 27520 
COOPERATIVE PROGRAM - Reverend Troy Jones, Smithfield 27577 
BAPTIST HOSPITAL - Reverend John C. Grant, Benson 27504 
NX. BAPTIST HOMES - Reverend Wayne Martin, Selma 27576 
CHILDREN'S HOMES - Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, Smithfield 27577 
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY - Reverend N.R. Demchak, Smithfield 27577 
BAPTIST FOUNDATION - Mrs. G. Tom Scott 
ANNUITY BOARD - Reverend Fletcher Ford 

MESSENGERS TO ASSOCIATION 

ANTIOCH - Mr. and Mrs. Doyt Davis; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Whitley; Lee McGraw; 

Daisy Narron. 
BAPTIST CENTER - Lawrence Canady. 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE - Mr. and Mrs. Lee Strickland; Mr. and Mrs. Thur man Johnson; 

Mrs. Ruby Driver; Ray Nowell; Mrs. Barry Chamblee; Mrs. Maybelle Creech; Gary 

Hocutt; 
BENSON BAPTIST - None. 

BENSON GROVE - Mr. and Mrs. Victor Byrd; Mrs. Barry Barbour; Mrs. Joyce Gregory. 

BETHANY - Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Edwards; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitley; Mrs. Ethel Batten; 
Mrs. Elizabeth Stancil; Mrs. Tina Poole; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Parrish. 

BETHESDA - Mrs. Judy Dale; Mrs. Dixie Harper; Mrs. Mary Puckett; Alternates: Rev- 
erend and Mrs. E.C. Reeves; Mrs. Mary Boone; 



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BEULAH - Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tart. 

BLACKMAN'S GROVE - Mrs. Herma Massengill; Lawrence Massengill; Mr. and Mrs. 

J.G. Lee; Mrs. Frank Johnston; Mrs. James Wm. Lee; Mrs. Ronald Massengill. 
BURNELL - Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Allen; Mrs. Ann Massengill; Mrs. Lauriston Johnson; 

Mrs. Aaron Johnson; 
CALVARY - Mrs. Marie Denning; Mrs. Hilda Barefoot. 

CARTER'S CHAPEL - Mrs. Doris Johnson; Mr. H.D. Mozingo; Mr. and Mrs. Louis 

Edwards; Miss Martha Strickland; 
CEDAR GROVE - Reverend Eldridge Narron; Henry Dail; Roland Melancon; Alternates: 

Donnie Price; Roney Mercer. 
CLAYTON, FIRST 

CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Rev. M. Randolph Kesler; Mrs. Nannie Painter; Mrs. Iva Strickland; 
Mrs. Mozelle Spel; Mr. Nevell Davis; Roderick Strickland; Alternates: Mrs. 
Delia Medlin; Verna Phipps; Mr. H.T. Painter; R.S. Phipps. 

CORINTH - Mrs. D.T. Whitley; Mrs. R.G. O'Neal; Mrs. S.K. Richardson; S.K. Richard- 
son; Mrs. Lois Creech; Alternates: Mrs. Eugene Hinton and Mrs. Willbur Johnson; 

CRESTWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grice; Rev. and Mrs. N.R. Demchak. 

FAITH - Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. David Howell; Mr. Leo Newsome. 

FOUR OAKS - Rev. Jack Colwell; Rev. R.E. Moore; Mrs. J.S. Gates; Mrs. B.B. Creech; 
Mrs. El wood Banks; Mr. and Mrs. Edison Temple. 

HALES CHAPEL - Mr. and Mrs. Will Creech; Mrs. Douglas Brown; Mrs. James Leo- 
nard; Alternates: Mrs. Jessie Driver; Mrs. Roy Brown. 

HEPHZIBAH -Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Howell; Mr. and Mrs. Randall Daughtry; Mr. and 
Mrs. J.C. Evans; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gurley; Mrs. Luria Worley; Mrs. Mary 
Adams; 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL - Mike Moore; Judy Moore; Flora Wood; Lena Mercer; Charlotte 
Jones. 

HOOD'S GROVE - Maggie Jackson; Lena Lee; Cleo W. Hood; Mrs. Betsy Stafford. 
KENLY - NONE 

LEES CHAPEL - Mrs. Mary D. Stallings; Mrs. Allene E. Driver; Mrs. Ethel H. Faison; 

Mrs. Rachel S. Coates. 
LIVE OAK - Mrs. Chloe Scott; Mrs. Josephine Creech; Mrs. Roy Hinton; Reverend 

Hoyt Lock. 

LYLES MEMORIAL - Mrs. Muriel Heath; Thomas Woodell. 

MICRO - Mr. and Mrs. W. Arthur Boykin; Mr. and Mrs. Pervy Parrish; Mr. and Mrs. 
Arthur Bras well. 

MIDDLESEX - John Brantley; Mrs. John Brantley; William G. Morris; Mrs. C.L Cor- 
bett; Mrs. Nancy Lewis; Atlernates: Rev. William B. Taylor and Mrs. Frances B. 
Chamblee. 

NEWTON GROVE - None 

NOBLES CHAPEL - Reuben Strickland; Ferby Fulghum; Pearle Glover; Mr. and Mrs. 

Monroe Boykin. 
NORTH SMITHFIELD - Lloyd McLeod; Edith Dees. 
OLIVER'S GROVE - Mrs. Johnnie Price. 

PARRISH MEMORIAL - Vena Little; Esther Bras well; Harold Medlin; Ruth Hines; Judy 

Daughtry; Gail House; Tony Medlin; Johnny Medlin. 
PAULINE - Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Guy; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen. 
PINE LEVEL - Ernest Woodard; Mrs. Doc R. Oliver; A.T. Ayscue; Rudolph Starling; 

Harold Peedin; Mrs. Benny Parker; 
PINKNEY - Norwood Mitchell; Earl Hales; Wayne Pittman; R.B. Crawford 
PISGAH BAPTIST - None 

PLEASANT GROVE - Troy Buffkin; Alton Johnson; Mrs. Jean Carroll. 



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PRINCETON - Mrs. Nora Williamson; J.F. Daughtry; Mrs.M.S. Toler; Mrs. H.E. Mas- 
sengill; Miss Alberta Boyette; J.G. Brown; Mrs. Bernard Lee; Rev. Horace Ricks; 
Mrs. A.C. Edwards. Alternates: S.S. Lee, Jr., and E.E. Wiggs. 

SARDIS - Mrs. Carl Daughtry; Mrs. Delphia Whitley; Mrs. Hannah Creech; Mrs. Robert 
Howell; Mrs. Dexter Tolbert. 

SELMA 

SHARON - Dr. Kenneth Thrasher; M.B. MacLeod; Rev. Fletcher Ford; Henry Whitley; 

Carolyn Tharrington; Lois Whitley; Signa Castleberry. 
SHILOH - Donald Byrd; Jackie Byrd; Vernie Mae Adams-; Margaret Creech. 
SMITHFIELD, FIRST - John Ryberg; Mrs. William Barnes; Mr. Steven Williams; 

Mrs. C.W. Warrick; E.S. Simpson; William Perry; Ben Hines; Julia Van Batten; 

George Mast. 

STEPHENS CHAPEL - Jerry F. Oliver; John V. Wellons; C.E. Clayton. 
THANKSGIVING - Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Woodard; Mrs. R.E. Earp. 

TRINITY - Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lawhon; Mrs. D.H. Johnson, Sr.; Rev. John C. Grant; 
Mrs. Kirby Langdon. 

W ATKINS CHAPEL - Mrs. Avon Creech; Mrs. Worth Creech; Mrs. E.J. Hales. 

WHITE OAK - Rev. C.W. Driver; Mr. and Mrs. J.T.Smith; Mrs. Allene Crabtree; Mr. 

and Mrs. Hoyt Castleberry; Mrs. Marion Wall. 
WILSON'S MILLS - Mrs. Floyd Corbett; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Barbour; Mrs. Ethel Lamm, 

Mrs. Harvey Stuckey; Mrs. Norman Strickland, Alternate. 

Constitution 

ARTICLE I. NAME 
The name of the association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II PURPOSE 

The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, 
expansion, and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such im- 
mediately contiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgement of the as- 
sociation; to promote unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches; and to further 
the spirit of cooperation with the Baptist work in general' as set forth by the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of messengers from the af- 
filiated churches. The number of messengers from each church shall be as follows: 
Four messengers for the first one hundred members or fraction thereof, and one addi- 
tional messenger for each additional hundred members or major fraction thereof. Such 
messengers shall be duly certified in the annual letters sent by the churches to the 
annual meeting of the association. The courtesies of the floor may be extended at the 
discretion of the body to representatives of our denominational interests, and also to 
ministers and members of other Christian organizations. 

ARTICLE IV. NEW CHURCHES 
Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the Execu- 



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tjtive Committee, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until 
the next annual meeting of the association, at which time the new church may be voted 

j nto the membership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. Application for membership into the association shall be filed with the Asso- 
ciational Council six months prior to the annual meeting of the association. 

ARTICLE V. MEETINGS 

The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday in 
October at such place as was decided at the preceding annual meeting. In case of 
emergency, the Executive Committee shall have authority to make changes in either 
time or place of meeting, as may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI. AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperative body forthe purpose of fellowship, pro- 
motion, and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church 
with reference to its own government or internal policy. However, the association may 
upon invitation of the church send a committee to counsel with and advise that church. 

2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a 
written request. 

3. The association may withdraw fellowship from a church for a just cause upon 
recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval by the Executive Com- 
mittee and by a majority vote of the members of the association present and voting. 

ARTICLE VII. OFFICERS 

1. The general officers of the association shall be a Moderator, Vice- Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and a Historian, each elected to a one- year term at the annual 
meeting of the association, and a Superintendent of Missions who is not subject to 
annual election. 

2. The Moderator shall preside over sessions of the association and shall act as 
chairman of the Executive Committee. The Vice- Moderator shall preside in the ab- 
sence of the Moderator. The Clerk shall record, print, and distribute the Annual of the 
body. The Treasurer shall receive and disburse all funds of the association subject to 
its order. The Historian shall record events of historical interest in the work of the as- 
sociation and shall promote the preservation of associational and church records. The 
Superintendent of Missions shall have general oversight of the work of the association 
and shall give his support to the officers and committees of the association, and shall 
be available to work and counsel with the churches of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The 
committee shall submit its report during a designated business period on the last day 
of the associational session, immediately following the report further nominations may 
be made from the floor. Tn event of further nomination for an office, nominations for 
that office shall be voted on individually. The newly elected officers of the association 
shall take office upon adjournment of the associational session. 

4. The heads of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the Nom- 
inating Committee each year. These shall be Associational Sunday School Director, 
Associational Church Training Director, Associational Woman's Missionary Union 
Director, Associational Brotherhood Director, Associational Music Director and Asso- 
ciational Director of Library Services. The department heads shall be elected by the 
Executive Committee in the June meeting. They shal] then meet as a group, with the 



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Nominating Committee to select their slates ot officers who shall be elected at the 
September meeting of the Executive Committee. These officers shall assume office 
at the beginning of the associational year. The officers of these organizations shall 
constitute the Council of the respective organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII. COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual meeting of the association, the Moderator shall appoint the fol- 
lowing committees: Nominating Committee; Committee' on Order of Business; Com- 
mittee on Time, Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Committee on Reso- 
lutions; Evangelism Committee; Christian Life Committee; Church Library Committee; 
Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who upon invitation of the local 
church, may assist the church in examining candidates for the ministry in regard to 
personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and Baptist practice. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational pro- 
grams during the ass oci at ion al year and to make reports at the annual session. The de- 
nominational programs to be represented are as follows: Baptist Colleges.Christian 
Literature, the Cooperative Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist Hos- 
pital, Children's Homes, Homes for the Aging, and American Bible Society. The Mod- 
erator working with the Committee on Order of Business, shall have the privilege of 
designating other individuals for the promotions of specific causes as such need 
arises. 

ARTICLE IX. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1. The association shall have an Executive Committee which shall be charged with 
the responsibility for carrying on all the bus in ess of the association and promoting all 
work authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of 
the work of the Executive Committee shall be presented at the annual session of the 
association. 

2. The Executive Committee shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pas- 
tor (provided the latter is a memberofthe church he represents), and one lay member 
of each church elected for a one- year term from October 1 to September 30; the fol- 
lowing general officers of the association: Moderator, Vice- Moderator, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Historian; also the following department officers: Associational Sunday School 
Director, Associational Church Training Director, and Associational Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union Director, Associational Brotherhood Director, Associational Music Direc- 
tor, and Associational Director of Library Services. 

3. The Executive Committee shall have the following officers: Chairman (who 
shall be the Moderator of the Association), Vice-Chairman (who shall be the Vice- 
Moderator of the Association), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the Associa- 
tion), Recording Secretary (who shall be the Clerk of the Association). 

4. The Executive Committee shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time 
and place it may designate, and such called meetings as the officers may deem 
neccessary for a stated purpose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all 
members. 

5. The Executive Committee shall have an Associational Council composed of 
the general officers and the heads of the departments of the association. The Mod- 
erator of the association shall serve as chairman of this committee and the Vice- 
Moderator shall serve as vice-chairman, and Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the 
Executive Committee, and in such called meetings as the Council officers may deem 



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neccessary. It shall coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations 
to the Executive Committee about programs and promotion of the work of the associa- 
tion. 

7. The Executive Committee shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance 
Committee at its first regular meeting of the associational year, of which the Treasurer 
shall be a member. This committee shall survey the needs of the association as pre- 
sented by the organizations, and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval by 
the Executive Committee. The budget adopted by the Executive Committee shall be in- 
cluded among the recommendations of the committee to the association. The Budget 
and Finance Committee shall also promote the effective operation of the current bud- 
get in cooperation with the associational Treasurer. 

8. The Executive Committee may name such other committees as it may deem 
wise for carrying on its work. 

ARTICLE X. AMENDMENT OR REVISION 

This Constitution may be amended or revised at any annual session of the associa- 
tion by a two- thirds (2/3) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the 
proposed amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the Executive 
Committee and approved by a two- thirds (2/3) majority of that committee present and 
voting; and provided that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on 
the first day of the annual meeting of the association, but shall not be voted on until 
the second day of the meeting. Any amendments or revision shall take effect immedi- 
ately upon adoption. 

By-Laws 

1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with Scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual 
reports shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year. 

3. The Executive Committee of the association is charged with the responsibility 
of having the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or 
accountant once each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: All departments and insti- 
tutions of the Baptist State Convention; the Librarians of the N.C. Baptist Colleges and 
the Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries; Secretary of Survey and Statistics. Baptist 
Sunday School Board., Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist Historical Society, and 
other organizations and societies which may desire and request them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be Roberts 
Rules of Order. 

Proceedings 

Monday Evening - October 22, 1973 

1. The Seventy-First Annual Session of the Johnston Baptist Association assembled 
at Corinth Baptist Church on Monday Evening, October 22, 1973, with moderator M.B. 
MacLeod presiding. 

2. Bolton Jones led the congregation in singing "Wonderful Words of Life." 



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3. The Order of Business was presented by Alfred T, Ayscue. 

4. The assembly enjoyed special music, "Sheltered in the Arms of God", by the 
Corinth Church Choir. 

5. Alfred T. Ayscue presented the program for the Seventy- First Annual Session and 
moved adoption of the program for the annual meeting of the Association, subject to 
such change as necessary. The program was unanimously adopted. 

Program 

OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 



Moderator M.B. MacLeod 

Vice Moderator Alfred T. Ayscue 

Clerk George Mast 

Treasurer S.T. Anderson, Jr. 

Historian Horace Ricks 

Superintendent of Missions R.E. Moore 



PROPOSED PROGRAM 

MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, 1973 
CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH 

7:30 Worship 

Hymn, Led by Bolton Jones, Organist from Corinth Church 

Welcome and Announcements 

Adoption of Order of Business, Alfred T. Ayscue 

Special Music, Corinth Church Choir 

Scripture and Prayer, Randolph Kesler 

Annual Sermon, Hoyt Lock 
8:15 Hymn 

Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of Visitors and New Pastors 

Report On Cooperative Program, Harold White 

Missionary Message, Joseph V. Watterson 
8:50 Report of Superintendent of Missions, R.E. Moore 

Emphasis on World Mission Conferences 
9:05 Report of Christian Life Committee, Patrick Forbes 

Christian Action League Report, John Ryberg 
9 : 30 Benediction 



TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1973 
HALES CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
AFTERNOON 

3:00 Hymn, Led by Bolton Jones. Organist, Hales Chapel Church 

Scripture and Prayer, Kenneth D. Holland 
3:10 Association Reports: 

Annuity Board, S.B.C., Fletcher Ford 



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Sunday School, Tony Bras well 

Church Training, Hoyt Lock 

Womans Missionary Union, Mrs. LR. Stanley 

Brotherhood, Edison Temple 

Music, Bolton Jones 

Evangelism, Shuford Edwins 

Historian, Horace Ricks 

Library Services, Mrs. Jerry Wood 
3:50 N.C. Baptist Hospital, Dr. Woodrow Batten 

N.C. Baptist Homes, Wayne Martin 

N.C. Baptist Foundation, Mrs. G. Tom Scott 

N.C. Childrens Homes, Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington 

Christian Literature, John Ryberg 
4:30 Hymn 

Miscellaneous Reports: 

Executive Committee, George Mast, Clerk 

Committee on Association Building Planning, Henry Whitley 

Committee on Ordinations, John Ryberg 

Digest of Church Letters, George Mast 

American Bible Society, N.R. Demchak 

Treasurer, S.T. Anderson, Jr. 

Budget and Finance Committee, Mike Moore 
5:10 Memorials, Mrs. J. Ray Nowell 
5:15 Special Music, Hales Chapel Choir 

Doctrinal Sermon, Kenneth Thrasher 
5:50 Announcements and Recognition of Visitors 

Report of Time, Place, Preacher Committee, Alton Johnson 

Report of Committee on Nominations, Mrs. Doc R. Oliver 

Committee Appointments, Moderator 
6:00 Benediction and Blessing of Evening Meal, W.K. Wellmon 
6:15 Evening Meal 

TUESDAY EVENING 

7:15 Song Service, Bolton Jones and Hales Chapel Organist 

Scripture and Prayer, Troy Jones 

Resolutions Committee Report, Wayne Martin 

Report on Christian Higher Education, E.S. Simpson 

Miscellaneous Business and Announcements 
8:00 Music by Campbell College Chamber Choir, Dr. Robert Piper, Director 

Message - D. Bud Smith 
8:45 Adjournment and Benediction 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS OF 
THE JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Antioch - Dudley Holland, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Baptist Center - Robert G. Brooks, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Baptist Tabernacle - Shuford O. Edwins, Jr., Rt. 1, Wendell 27501 
Benson - Donald M. Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504 
Benson Grove - Billy Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart, Clayton 27520 

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Bethany - William H. Poole, (Interim) Rt. 2, Box 40, Knightdale 
Bethesda - E.C. Reeves, Rt. 1, Box 405, Clayton 27 520 
Beulah - James D. Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Blackman's Grove - Roger Cope, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 
Burnell - Wayne Hyatt, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Calvary - Leon Tart, Jonesboro Road, Dunn 28334 
Carter's Chapel - Robert Barefoot, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
Cedar Grove - W. Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Clayton, First - Patrick Forbes, Box 35, Clayton 27520 
Clyde's Chapel - Randolph Kesler, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Corinth - None at Present 

Crestwood - N.R. Demchak, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Faith - Walter S. Jones, Box 152, Smithfield 27577 

Four Oaks - Jack V. Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27 524 

Hales Chapel - W.K. Wellman, Rt. 1, Box 179, Zebulon 27597 

Hephizibah - Robert Leonard, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Hocutt Memorial - Mike Moore, 305 West Home, Clayton 27 520 

Hoods Grove - Leonard Braswell, (Interim) Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Kenly - James David Tucker, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel - None at Present 

Live Oak - Hoyt Lock.Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Lyles Memorial - Buell Creason, 512 S. Robertson, Clayton 27520 

Micro - Thomas Edwards, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Middlesex - William Taylor, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove - Ray Cooper, 1506 Foxwood, Garner 27 529 

Nobles Chapel - Guy C. Moore, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield - Sherrill Lane, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Oliver's Grove - Billy Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart, Clayton 27520 

Parrish Memorial - None at Present 

Pauline - Niles Compton, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Pine Level - Alfred T. Ays cue, Pine Level 27568 

Pinkney - James R. Rowe, Rt. 1, Box 357, Dudley 28333 

Pisgah - Donald K. Horn, Rt. 1, Box 295, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove - Andrew B. Moon, Rt. 1, Box 214, Willow Springs 

Princeton - Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Sardis - Dexter Tolbert, Buies Creek 27506 

Selma - Wayne Martin, Box 446, Selma 27576 

Sharon - Kenneth Thrasher, Box 481, Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh - L.E. Godwin, Sr., Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Smithfield First - John Ryberg, Box 209, Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel - C.E. Clayton, Pine Level 27568 

Thanksgiving - None at Present 

Trinity - John C. Grant, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel - Walter Wood, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

White Oak - C.W. Driver, Rt. 2, Box 587, Clayton 27 520 

Wilson's Mills - Joseph Deaton, Jr., Wilson's Mills 27593 

6. Randolph Kesler read scriptures from the Book of John, and then led the opening 
prayer. 

7. Reverend Hoyt Lock presented the annual sermon. The sermon touched on the 
wind down of war, Watergate, the energy crisis, year of crises, age of rebellion, and 
other topics. Reverend Lock stated that we wanted the Lord to be "Saviour of our 



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Souls" but not "Lord of our Lives''. He said Freedom is to "obey the Lord". He 
further commented that our failure is in our own communities - not on the foreign 
mission field. We must begin at home first . . . cross social barriers. He commented 
that Dr. Theodore Adams said "We Baptists have shouted loud and clear that the 
doors of our churches are open, but in reality they are only cracked." "Blessed is the 
Man Whose God is Lord." 

8. Bolton Jones led the congregation in singing "Make Me a Blessing." 

9 Motion made, seconded, and duly carried that the delegation as seated will 
serve as the delegates to the annual associational session. 

10. Reverend R.E. Moore recognized the new pastors as follows: 

Burnell - Wayne Hyatt; Cedar Grove - W. EldridgeNarron; Clyde's Chapel - Randolph 
Kesler; Hoods Grove - Leonard Braswell 

11. Harold White was not present, however, his Report on Cooperative Program was 
presented as set forth in the Book of Advanced Reports, as follows: 

REPORT ON COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 

Your North Carolina Baptist colleges continue to be grateful for the support which 
comes through the Cooperative Program. During 1973, more than two million dollars 
will be given to support Christian higher education. Your colleges share this support 
as follows: 



Campbell College $340,721 

Chowan College 212,951 

Gardner-Webb College 249,153 

Mars Hill College 296,002 

Meredith College 296,002 

Wake Forest University 517,471 

Wingate College 217,210 



12. Joseph V. Watterson, Director of Chaplaincy, State Missions, presented a mis- 
sionary message from the Book of Luke, Chapter 14, verse 15. 

13. Reverend R.E. Moore, Superintendent of Missions, presented his report as fol- 
lows: 

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 

As an employee and servant of the association, I find myself asking often - 
What is the association all about? What should the association do? What place does 
it have in the plan of God in relation to the Church to God and to Mission? As associ- 
ational leaders, we need to study "the theology of associational missions". How we 
conceive of the association will determine largely how we believe it relates to God 
and his mission. 

Dr. Russell Bennett, Assistant Director of Associational Administration of the 
Home Mission Board suggests three concepts that are fundamental to an adequate 
theology of associational missions. First, that each person has the right of direct 
access to God - "The priesthood of believers". Second - That the Bible is a 
sufficient guide for faith and practice. The Bible is a full and sufficient revelation 
of the nature of God and of man's obligation to Him as a creature and child. Third - 
That the Bible is as authoritative for the local congregation as it is for the individual. 



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Jesus challenged the individual to "lose his life" in order to find life. The same con- 
cept applies to our churches. Churches should lose themselves in service. Churches 
should be more than just centers of worship, but functioning bodies of Christ. The 
association, likewise, is "not just a denominational agency and a technological 
arrangement, it is a doctrinal fellowship and a spiritual family". The relationship of 
churches of like faith and order is the basis for associationalism. The association is 
the expression of the Spirit of God among the churches. The mission of the church or 
the association is to glorify God and to spread the Good News to every part of the un- 
regenerate world. Missions is the specific ways in which the church or the associ- 
ation fulfills its mission. The mission of the church is to be the Body of Christ and 
to do His work - "to bring sight to the blind, to bring hope to the hopeless, and to act 
so as to glorify God and His Son, our Lord and Savior". 

I would like to suggest some specific things that I feel that we should do this 
year in order to fulfill our mission. - First, to continue to move in the areas of the 
"Together we Advance" program. Second, to do more in teaching the Biblical 
Revelation by participating the programs for promoting better Bible teaching. Work- 
shops for Sunday School workers will be conducted March 18, 19, Third, - to learn 
more about what we are doing and should be doing in the world. Missions is partici- 
pating wholeheartedly in mission activity and supporting the work through prayer and 
giving. We urge each to plan to participate in the "World Mission Conferences" in 
our association next October 27-31, 1974. 

The following is a summary of my activities as revealed in monthly reports of 
last year.: 

Times that I did specific work in churches - 38 
Visits recorded to be made to churches - 113 
Associational meetings attended - 37 

Number of denominational causes presented to churches - 8 
Number of meetings attended outside the association - 22 
Approximate number of newsletters sent - 10,000 
Approximate number of miles traveled in work - 16,294 
Estimated number of private conferences - 168 
Estimated number of group conferences - 25 
Estimated number of committee meetings - 24 

I assisted all the organizations of the association with their work and with their 
meetings. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R.E. Moore, Supt. of Missions 

14. No report was submitted concerning the Committee on Christian Life. 

15. Reverend John Ryberg reported concerning the Christian Action League as 
follows: 

The Reverend John Ryberg spoke briefly but vigorously concerning the forthcoming 
liquor referendum. He challenged the churches and the members of the Association to 
go to the polls and let their voices be heard. 

16. The following Resolution was unanimously adopted by the 71st session of the 
Johnston Baptist Association: 

WHEREAS, N.C. citizens will go the polls on November 6, 1973, to determine whether 

or not Liquor-by- the- Drink can be sold in North Carolina: 
WHEREAS, according to the Health, Education, Welfare Report of December 1971, on 



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ALCOHOL AND HEALTH, re veals states with by- bottle sales only in N.C.have a 

lower per capita consumption rate of liquor than states with by- bottle and by-drink 

sales; and in fact, N.C. is 42nd in rank in per capita consumption; 
WHEREAS, greater consumption will result in more alcoho 1- related probelms especially 

the number of alcoholics and according to the Rutgers University School of Alcohol 

Studies, N.C. ranks 47th in number of alcoholics per 100,000 population; 
WHEREAS, Liquor- by- the- Drink will encourage drinking and driving when we are now 

told by highway experts that in the last three years at least 64°/o of all highway 

fatalities reveal the evidence of whiskey- at- the- wheel; 
WHEREAS, the proposed referendum does not deal with the "brown-bagging" problem 

but just adds another distribution of liquor in N.C; 
WHEREAS, tourism is growing in N.C. without liquor- by- the- drink which reveals that 

this matter is not needed in a state where its tourism is family oriented; 
WHEREAS, Liquor-by-the Drink is basically being promoted by those who seek to make 

fantastic profits off of the sale of liquor; 
WHEREAS, our federal government states that liquor is our no. 1 drug problem; 
WHEREAS, Liquor-by-the- Drink will mean more social pressure on young people; 
WHEREAS, Liquor-by-the- Drink is just a foot in the door for open bars; 
WHEREAS, Liquor- by- the- Drink will mean more crime in our community; 

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED THAT THE JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOC. meeting 
in annual session at the Corinth Baptist Church, October 21, do, hereby, express our 
opposition to LIQUOR- BY- THE- DRINK and will seek to inform our people with the truth 
concerning this issue, will pledge our financial support; and undergird the Christian 
Action League with our prayer support so that this matter will be defeated on November 
6, 1973 in North Carolina. 

17. Benediction. 

18. M.B. MacLeod, moderator, presided over the Tuesday, October 23, 1973, ses- 
sion of the seventy-first Johnston Baptist Associational meeting. 

19. D. Elvin Johnson led the congregaton in singing "I Love to Tell the Story." 

20. Kenneth D. Holland read scriptures and led the opening prayer. 

21. The Church Training Report was presented by Hoyt Lock, as follows: 

REPORT ON CHURCH MINISTRIES AND TRAINING 

The two outstanding events in church training this past year, "M" Night and Youth 
Night, merit our attention. The "M" Night program was held at Carters Chapel on 
November 27, 1972. The theme for this program was TRAIN TO SHARE HIS WORD. 
Music was furnished by the Four Oaks Youth Choir and a drama was presented by the 
Crestwood Baptist Church. 

Youth Night was March 17, 1972 at the North Smithfield Baptist Church with 14 
churches represented. Music was by the Youth from Kenly Baptist Church. A picture 
GOD SAID GO was shown. 

For this year we will again be having "M" Night and Youth Night. "M" Night 
will be at Live Oak Church on November 26, 1973. The date for Youth Night is in 
the Associational calendar. 

The Committee on Church Ministries and Training would like to see all churches 
in our Johnston Association do the following during this church year: (1) Plan and con- 
duct January Bible Study; (2) Develop a program of doctrinal study; and (3) Develop 
a program of new church member training and a program to train the entire membership 
in Christian knowledge and growth. 



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The following goals have been set by your committee for our association: 

1. To help 15 churches start a training program of some kind. 

2. To enlist 51 churches to participate in a growth project. 

3. To enlist 10 churches to use CHURCH: the Sunday Night Place promotion plan. 

4. To lead 6 churches to earn 72 study course awards in area of church training. 

5. To have 200 people in attendance at "M" Night. 

6. To lead 15 churches to have a program of new church member training. 

7. To lead 25 churches to have a program of church leader training. 

Our State workers and your associational committee stand ready to help you in this 
important Christian work. Please call us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Hoyt M. Lock, Director 

22. The Report on Sunday School Work was presented by Tony Bras well, Director, 
as follows: 

REPORT ON SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK 

Your Sunday School officers conducted a Vacation Bible School conference for 
Vacation Bible School Directors and pastors in February, and a clinic for all Vacation 
Bible School workers in April. The total attendance for the clinic was excellent. 

For the year 1973-74, we have planned apre-V.B.S. Clinic in February, and a Sun- 
day School Leadership Training in March to provide training for Sunday School workers 
in 1974. In April, there will be a Vacation Bible School training session for all workers. 

By effective means of outreach and planning, we will be able to reach our objec- 
tives. Dedication, enthusiasm, training and work will be necessary to carry out all 
phases of Sunday School work. 

"People to People Now" is the Sunday School emphasis for 1973-74. It is people 
who know Jesus going to people who need Jesus. "People to People" is a plan for 
reaching people for Bible study, for Christ, and for church membership. It is a plan 
which permits the Holy Spirit to use the church and its resources to reach others 
through lives of persons committed to Him. The Associational Sunday School leader- 
ship encourages all churches to consider using "People to People Now" as a means 
of fulfilling the task of Sunday School. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Tony Bras well, Director 

23. The Woman's Missionary Union Report was submitted by Mrs. L.R. Stanley, 
Jr., as follows: 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Under the capable leadership of Mrs. R.E. Moore, the associational W.M.U. ac- 
cepted and fulfilled its responsibility to the Baptist women and girls of the Johnston 
Association. 

She held regular quarterly meetings of the Council and officers attended the State 
Workshops and brought back valuable leadership material and presented it at our 
Leadership Conferences. 



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All meetings were planned and executed at the best of her ability for the growth 
of Christian women and girls. The associations will receive the Distinguished Award 
at the State Convention for achievement. 

We are thankful for the leadership of Mrs. Moore with the aid of her husband and 
all the officers of the organization. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. L.R. Stanley, Jr., Director 

24. The Brotherhood Report was given by Edison Temple, Director, as follows: 

BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

During the past year a leadership conference was held for the benefit of church 
leaders in brotherhood work. A Men and Boys' Mission Rally was held at Parrish Mem- 
orial Church. The men and boys enjoyed a delicious meal and a good program which 
followed. For the program period, the men and boys separated and had separate pro- 
grams. J.G. Goodwin, Jr., missionary to Korea, spoke to the men and Mrs. Goodwin 
spoke to the boys. 

Brotherhood Director attended a conference in the fundamentals of an associational 
Brotherhood at Camp Caraway. 

There are twenty- six churches in our association that do not have a Brotherhood. 
The Association Brotherhood officers stand ready to help churches or to refer churches 
for assistance in any area of Brotherhood work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Edison E. Temple, Director 

25. The Music Report was submitted by Bolton Jones, as follows: 

REPORT ON MUSIC 

Music is becoming to be recognized as most important in the life and ministry of 
the church. Many churches are making music a means rather than end within itself. 
Music is being used in mission outreach and evangelism. This is especially true 
among the youth who are finding great excitement and effectiveness as they partici- 
pate in resort missions, sing at shopping centers and conduct tours. Music is being 
used to reach people and to proclaim the Gospel message. 

Our Music Organization stands ready to counsel with leaders from the churches 
about their music ministry and to provide leadership conferences or schools in the 
association if there is a desire for such. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bolton Jones, Director 

26. The Report on Evangelism was presented by Shuford Edwins, Jr., as follows: 

REPORT ON EVANGELISM 
"SHARING THE WORD NOW" was the theme of the 27th Statewide Evangelism Con- 



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ference at Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, February 5-7, 1973. Over 2,400 pastors and 
lay persons were challenged by outstanding speakers to lead their people to become 
more involved in the work of evangelism. The closing session on Wednesday Feb- 
ruary 7 was held at Pritchard Memorial Church with emphasis on prayer and personal 
renewal. 

Many of the churches in Johnston Association took part in the Billy Graham Crusade 
which was held at Carter Stadium September 23-30. This proved to be agreat bless- 
ing to all. . 

The Johnston Association recorded 254 baptisms inthechurches for the year 1973. 
Our prayer for the coming year is that each church will strive to increase the baptisms 
for the coming year by at least IQPjo. This can be done if the pastors and laymen be- 
come more involved in personal witnessing. 

The 28th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be held at War Memorial Audi- 
torium, Greensboro, February 4-6, 1974. 

Submitted by, 
Shuford Edwins, Jr. 

27. Horace W. Ricks, Historian, submitted his report as follows: 

REPORT OF HISTORIAN 

In recent year Baptist churches and associations have experienced an upsurge of 
interest in their history. Perhaps this is largely due to the efforts of the Historical 
Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention which reminds us not only of the 
heritage we have received, but that we are preparing a heritage for succeeding genera- 
tions of Baptists. 

For many years it was the custom of the Johnston Association to have someone 
prepare a short history of the churches in which the annual meeting were held. This 
practice was discontinued, not through lack of interest in the history of the churches, 
but because duplication began to appear in the Association Annual that was costing 
more with each passing year. 

As the association's historian. I would like to recommend that churches find copies 
of those brief histories and elaborate upon them and bring them up-to-date. It is 
recommended that you write a chapter each year to make available in printed form 
to the congregation and that at least two copies be deposited in separate places. The 
church would then have a copy of its history should one depository be destroyed. 

This past year, both the Superintendent of Missions and the historian informed the 
churches that they could have their church records placed on microfilm at no charge to 
the church.The work was done at the County Courthouse by the cameraman of the Bap- 
tist Historical Collection. 

The Princeton Church worked through Mr. Maurice Toler, a former member, who 
arranged for its records to be microfilmed by the Department of Archives and History. 
That department kept a print and the Princeton church purchased a print which was 
placed in its safe- deposit box at the local bank. We would recommend a similar 
course of action to other churches. 

This past year the historian gave a copy of the history of the Johnston Baptist 
Women's Missionary Union to the library of Southeastern Baptist Theological Semi- 
nary. The librarian has expressed his personal thanks for this additional to the library's 
collections of Baptist history materials. 

The Baptist Historical Collection located at Wake Forest University, Winston 
Salem, North Carolina needs the support and assistance of all the Baptist church 



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leaders within our state to fulfill its mission of collecting, preserving, and making 
materials available for the study and the writing of our Baptist history. The Collec- 
tion is interested in procuring church minutes, histories, newsletters, bulletins, re- 
ports, associational items, photographs of churches, ministers, teacher, missionaries, 
historical materials of any nature. In short - anything and everything that will tell the 
story of the Baptists of our state, past, present or future. 

We all have a common heritage whichbinds us together as a distinct denomination. 
Let us preserve this heritage now so that the future generations will note the accom- 
plishments of our generation and perhaps, find a valuable lesson and inspiration to 
guide them. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Horace W. Ricks, Historian 
Johnston Baptist Association 

28. Mrs. Jerry Wood presented an oral report on Library Work. 

29. Fletcher Ford submitted the Report of the Annuity Board, SBC as follows: 

REPORT OF THE ANNUITY BOARD, SBC 

The Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention this year added new benefits 
or increased benefits for most active and retired pastors, church staff members and 
denominational workers it serves. 

For annuitants (retirees, widows and disabled persons) on the roll December 31, 
1972, monthly income checks have been permanently increased by 6 per cent. Just 
before Christmas, 1972, more than 7,000 annuitants received "13th Checks" amount- 
ing to the size of two extra months' benefits. The "13Checks" are paid in addition 
to the regular monthly payments. 

Participants in Plans A- 10, A- 11 and A-25 on January 1, 1973 had their accrued 
credits increased by 10 per cent in "good experience credit," and Plan B participants 
received an additional interest credit based on the Board's good experience on its in- 
vestments. In addition, the Board approved (subject to action by state conventions) 
an increase in widow benefits under Plan A to 50 percent of the potential or actual re- 
tirement benefit; previously it was 40 per cent. This increase applies to those re- 
tiring January 1, 1973 and thereafter. 

At the same time, a temporary income benefit under Plan A was established for 
a widow child or dependent parent of those who die before early or normal retirement, 
or after disability retirement, and who have met the required participation. The tem- 
porary income benefit can amount, at maximum, to $333.33 per month for 36 months 
(or a total of $12,000) if the participant died before age 40. The length of payment 
of the benefit decreases with the age at death. This benefit is payable to those who 
died January 1, 1973 or thereafter. 

More than 9,000 insurance policyholders transferred from the previous Health 
Benefit Plan with Blue Cross- Blue Shield to the new plan begun January 1, 1973 with 
Aetna Life Insurance Company. 

The Board reported several records for its operations in 1972. Funds held in trust 
for over 38,000 participants in retirement plans passed $300 million for the first time. 
Investment income reached a new high for 1972 of more than $22 million. Retirement 
and other protection benefits paid out for the 12- month period surpassed $10 million 
for the first time. 

The total amount of money paid in "13th Checks" exceeding one million dollars, 



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also for the first time. Good investment results in 1972 on funds held to pay benefits 
account for this dividend. 

Income from premiums and dues topped $30 million, another record. 

Information on the Annuity Board may be secured by writing Development Office, 
Annuity Board, SBC, 511 North Akard Building, Dallas, Texas 75201. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fletcher Ford 

30. Dr. Woodrow Batten's report concerning North Carolina Baptist Hospital was 
accepted as follows: 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

In May of this year Baptist Hospital observed its 50th Anniversary. The hospital 
opened its doors in May of 1923 "to bring the healing art more definitely under the 
dominion of the Great Healer." 

The anniversary was celebrated jointly with the dedication of the new Reynolds 
Tower, a 16- story patient care facility. The completion of the Tower brings the total 
bed capacity to 655, placing Baptist Hospital within the top 10 per cent (in size) 
among hospitals in the United States. When the renovation of older sections of the 
hospital is completed the total number of beds will be 717. 

Construction has begun on an ambulatory care building which will house the emer- 
gency room, several outpatient clinics, the Physical Thereapy Department, and an 
Oncology (Cancer) Clinic and Research Laboratories. This building and the above- 
mentioned renovation will complete the present Medical Center Development Pro- 
gram. These projects, which are expected to be completed by 1977, are already com- 
pletely funded. So let us be reminded that the Mother's Day offering for Baptist Hos- 
pital is used exclusively for helping needy patients. 

Last November the Baptist State Convention heard the report of the committee of 
15 and adopted its recommendations. The hospital has been seeking to implement 
these recommendations: 

1. A Medical Center Committee, composed of 8 Trustees from the Baptist Hospital 
Board and 8 from the Wake Forest University Board, has been appointed. This com- 
mittee will consider matters involving the Medical Center and its future operations. 

2. In January the hospital trustees appointed a committee of three to review ap- 
propriations from the Mother's Day fund and assist hospital personnel in making de- 
cisions on some specific requests for assistance. The hospital continues to provide 
care for people who cannot pay, valued at far in excess of the total Mother's Day 
Offering. The auditors' confirmed value of this care in 1972 was $1,390,00 - nearly 
four times the amount of the Mother's Day Offering - and this does not include the 
value of physicians' service, provided without cost to these service patients. 

3. The Department of Pastoral Care is expanding its services to provide training 
for lay people. Dr. Mahan Siler joined the staff June 1 to head up this new work. The 
Department also anticipates the establishment of several sattlelite counseling and 
training centers in the state, beginning in the near future. Your Cooperative Program 
gifts support the work of this department. 

The hospital's financial operation is "in the black", and there has not been a 
general room rate increase in 2 1/2 years. As of this date, the Mother's Day offerings 
are running ahead of last year; and yet, this fund is far short of being adequate to fill 
the needs of all deserving needy cases that present themselves at Baptist Hospital 



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for medical care. Although we North Carolina Baptists cannot expect to underwrite 
the entire operation of a great medical center like this, we can be proud that it was 
our organized effort that got this great work started. We should also rejoice in the 
opportunity to participate in that phase of the hospital operation that reflects our re- 
sponse to the command: "Love thy neighbor". In 1973 the Johnston Baptist Association 
had fewer churches participating in the Mother's Day Fund than in 1972. The total 
amount given also decreased. Let us resolve to improve these figures in 1974. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Woodrow Batten 

31. Mrs. Ruby Greenlaw from the North Carolina Baptist Hospital spoke concerning 
the hospital's facilities and needs. 

32. Wayne Martin, reported concerning North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc., as 
follows: 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES, INC. 

One of the most meaningful things that you do as a Baptist is the share that you 
have in the ministry of your North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging. As you look 
back with us upon the twenty- two years of this ministry, and the last year in particu- 
lar, there are distinctive blessings that we would like to call to your mind and heart. 

In the first place, there is no greater realization that we can have together than 
the awareness of the fact that this special ministry to older people is a venture of 
faith in God. It always has been. We hope that it always will be. God has brought us 
from one Home to five resident Homes, with two located in Winston-Salem (Rest- 
haven and Hayes Home), and one each in Albermarle, Hamilton, and Yanceyville. 
These Homes have a capacity for 162 residents, and there is a Nursing Care Unit in 
Winston- Salem, with a capacity for 63 patients, and serving all of the Homes' resi- 
dents, when nursing care is needed. Four out of every five persons who come to us in 
our Homes for the Aging are through your love gifts, for a supplement to their care, 
and all of us look to the Lord continually for His great love. This, therefore, is a ven- 
ture of faith. 

Never forget that this is your ministry, on behalf of Christ, to older persons and 
that they simply could not be ministered unto without your love gifts. Specifically, 
during the past year, through your gifts, you contributed $185 a month for the care of 
the majority of the residents in your five Baptist Homes. Through the Special Offering 
you contributed 20% of the total income of the Homes, and through the Cooperative 
Program, you gave 10% of the total budget needed. The tie that binds this ministry to 
the hearts of our Baptist people and our Baptist Churches is a very special one and a 
very distinctive one indeed. 

Be glad also for tne tact that your love gifts make possible quality care. It has 
often been said of the ministry of our Baptist Homes that there is no finer care that 
an older person can receive this side of Heaven than the care given in our Homes 
for the Aging. Everything that we do for Christ should be this way, and we are cer- 
tainly trying to give Him our best day by day in our ministry to the older people in 
our care. There is someone serving around the clock, watching over the residents 
and patients even as they sleep. One of our Supervision of "Mothers", as they are 
often called was given the name of "Guardian Angel", when a resident, during an ill- 
ness discovered later that the "Mother" was keeping vigil just outside ner door. 



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God bless you for your share in this ministry to the Aging, which is both special 
and distinctive. Pray for us, come to see us, and continue to support this ministry 
as liberally and loyally in the future as you have in the past. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wayne Martin, Representative 

33. Mrs. G. Tom Scott reported concerning the North Carolina Baptist Foundation 
as follows: 

REPORT ON N. C. BAPTIST FOUNDATION 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., is a charitable corporation, chartered 
under the laws of the State of North Carolina by the Baptist State Convention in 1920. 
The Foundation, as an agency of the Convention, encourages, receives, and manages 
gifts and bequests for benefit of all Baptist institutions, agencies, and causes fostered 
and supported by the North Carolina and Southern Baptist Conventions. The Founda- 
tion is not a competitive agency, but a service agency dedicated to the task of under- 
girding all Baptist work. It encourages the donor to use the local church as a channel 
for directing the income from Foundation trusts to the benefiting cause. The operating 
expense of the Foundation is received from the Cooperative Program of the Conven- 
tion. 

The Foundation Executive Secretary is available to assist churches and individuals 
interested in a program of perpetual stewardship, particularly as it relates to estate 
planning, involving gifts to Baptist institutions, agencies, and causes. The Foundation 
provides a means for establishing trusts to benefit these Christian causes as well as 
providing an opportunity for perpetual stewardship witness. Through gifts of property, 
cash, or securities during lifetime, donors and/or other beneficiaries can receive 
annuities from the Foundation during their lifetime, and can also receive certain tax 
benefits provided for such gifts. 

Responsibilities for the administration of the Foundation is vested in a fifteen- 
member board of directors elected by the Baptist State Convention. The present board 
consists of thirteen prominent and successful business and professional men and wo- 
men and two outstanding pas tors, all of whom are dedicated to the best management of 
the sacred trust funds now placed in the Foundation. The investment policy calls for 
investment in quality securities with diversification, good income, and balanced 
growth potential. 

Additions to the investment principal by donors and from property sale and rentals 
totalled $54,204.02 for the fiscal year 1972-73. As of June 30, 1973, the cost or in- 
ventory value of all securities, notes, and principal cash of all funds being adminis- 
tered by the Foundation was $801,292. 96. Real estate held by the Foundation was valued 
at $861,167.54, making the total value of all properties administered $1,662,460.50. 

During the 1972-73 year, beneficiaries of existing trusts were paid $23,934.61. A 
total of $129,465.69 has been paid tc Baptist institutions, agencies and causes during 
the past six years from the income of invested Foundation funds. 

For information relative to establishment of atrustfund through a gift or a bequest 
or for details regarding a gift annuity, life income agreements, or charitable remainder 
trusts, please contact The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 26508, 
Raleigh, N.C. 28611, or telephone: 919-833-1605. 

Submitted by Mrs. G. Tom Scott 
Representative 



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34. Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, submitted the Baptist Children's Homes of North 
Carolina, Inc. report, as follows: 

Report of the Associations 
Eastern Area 

Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc. 

1973 

Christian Child Care is a creative opportunity. The Baptist Children's Homes of 
North Carolina is committed to quality care which nurtures the whole person, phy- 
sically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. It is our hope that each 
child in our care will have the opportunity to develop the full potential which is his 
by God's creation. 

Hundreds of dependent children are served from three primary centers ofoperation, 
namely: Kennedy Home in the East; Mills Home in the Piedmont; and Broyhill Home in 
the West. From these centers North Carolina Baptists provide group care, foster home 
care, family services, preschool education, higher education, and maternity care. 

In Eastern North Carolina the Ten Star Builders Program continue to offer exciting 
opportunities for a great host of friends to share in developing modern facilities and 
the most up-to-date services for needy children and families. Although a new cottage 
for children is being constructed on the Kennedy Home campus, the major emphasis 
of the Ten Star Builders Program for 1973-74 will be in the direction of the expansion 
of Odum Home at Pembroke, North Carolina. A challenge gift has already been pro- 
mised for the construction of a Recreation Building. A campaign is under way this fall 
to raise funds for two family- style cottages for children and a residence for the Direc- 
tor. 

In Eastern North Carolina we have a strong and growing group of families who have 
opened their hearts and homes to foster children. However, from time to time we have 
a need for additional foster homes for some children who have special needs which 
cannot be met adequately in group care. If you are interested, write or call our nearest 
office. 

The Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina has always operated on a very 
conservative budget. For this reason we have very little margin from which to cope 
with today's high cost of living. Therefore, we make a strong appeal to our Baptist 
people and other friends for increased financial support to the Cooperative Program, 
the Thanksgiving Offering and special gifts. A fifteen percent increase is desperately 
needed in order to enable us to continue an effective ministry at the present level. 
It shall be our purpose in the future, as in the past, to keep faith with our Baptist 
people in providing a Christian home and way of life for the boys and girls we serve. 
Thank you for the numerous ways you help to make this ministry possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington 

35. Rodney Beals, pastor of Kennedy Home Church, spoke briefly on the Kennedy 
Home's various needs. 

36. Reverend John Ryberg presented his report concerning Christian Literature, as 
follows: 



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CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 



This has been another good year for the Biblical Recorder, thanks to your support 
and confidence. One of the milestones reached in the past year was passing the 100, 
000 mark in circulation. This occurred in May and circulation has now risen to nearly 
106,000 - the highest in the 140- year history of the Recorder. This has been achieved 
largely because more churches are putting the Recorder in the budget, thus saving 
money and also time and effort that is put forth each year to renew their subscriptions 
under the Club Plan of four or more. 

All of these things are encouraging to those getting out the Recorder each week. 
They feel their obligation to North Carolina Baptists is to get out the finest paper 
possible - one that is attractive and filled with interesting and helpful material. In 
addition, news coverage of meetings such as the Committee of all is needed if North 
Carolina Baptists are to settle this issue which has come up in the last two state con- 
ventions. Associate Editor Toby Druin has covered every meeting of this committee 
which is studying the baptisms issue in our state. The Recorder will carry the full re- 
port of this committee 60 days before the convention meets in Greensboro. The Re- 
corder's coverage of the important meetings will do much to help messengers arrive 
at the right decision in November. This is the Baptist way- full information which 
comes with freedom of the press. 

As you know, the Recorder has for years led the fight against liquor by the drink. 
Now the issue is up to the people in a state- wide referendum on November 6. The Re- 
corder will continue to give you information that will help win this fight against the 
liquor interests and those who would profit from liquor by the drink if this passes - 
which we hope and pray it won't. If individual Baptists will become as concerned 
about this evil as the Recorder is, a great victory for decency will be won in Novem- 
ber. 

Those of you who receive the Recorder know what it contains each week - timely 
editorials, news of your fellow Baptist churches and fellow Christians, excellent photo- 
graphs and covers, interesting personnal columns, Letters to the Editor, and many other 
features. It is a Baptist family journal devoted to that which is wholesome and helpful. 

Those of you who don't get the Recorder should subscribe immediately, either 
by putting the Recorder in your budget for only $2.50 a year, or by starting a club of 
four or more for only $3.00 a year. Where else can you get so much for so little? 

Submitted by John Rybert, Representative 
J. Marse Grant, Editor Biblical Recorder 

37. Motion was made, seconded and unanimously adopted that all reports heretofore 
presented be adopted. 

38. D. Elvin Johnson led the congregation in singing "O Zion, Haste." 

39. The chair then recognized George B. Mast, who gave the report of the Executive 
Committee, as follows: 

REPORT OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

The Executive Committee held four meetings during the year. Charged with the 
responsibility of carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all 
work authorized by the association in the interim between annual meetings, the Com- 
mittee has directed its efforts toward this end. The Executive Committee is composed 
of officers of the association, pastors serving churches of the association, and one 



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lay representative from each church of the association elected by the church. 

M.B. McLeod, moderator, presided over all meetings of the Executive Committee, 
which were held in the First Baptist Church of Smithfield. 

A brief resume of the Committee's work is as follows: 

1. The first meeting was held on January 16, 1973. Members heard reports from 
organizational heads and plans for the forthcoming year. 

2. The second meeting was held on March 24, 1973. Reports were received from 
all organizational heads as well as forthcoming events for the next quarter. 

3. The third meeting was held on June26, 1973, Organizational plans and progress 
reports were presented. 

4. The fourth meeting was held on September 25, 1973. Organizational heads gave 
their reports and reported on the past year's activities. The calendar of events for the 
forthcoming year was presented and approved. The budget for the year 1973-74 was 
approved. 

The minutes of the Executive Committee are available for review with respect to 
the specific work which has been done by the Executive Committee for the past year. 
Any member of the association is invited to review the minutes if he so desires. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George B. Mast, Clerk 

40. Henry H. Whitley presented the report of the Committee on Association Building 
Planning, as follows: 

REPORT ON ASSOCIATION BUILDING PLANNING 

To the Johnston Baptist Association from the. Committee on Association Building 
Planning - 4:40 p.m. October 23, 1973 

The Committee for the Association Building Planning consisted of Henry H. 
Whitley, George Mast, and Raymond Moore. We visited the Bladen County Association 
Headquarters Building in Elizabethtown, which has just been dedicated and also we 
visited the Robeson Association Building in Lumberton, which is under construction. 

Both of these building were approximately the same size. The Robeson Association 
Building has 1760 square feet»and was contracted for a cost of $29,000. This does not 
include the cost of the lot which is about 210 feet square. Missionary Henry Walden 
was very gracious in showing us this structure and explaining the purposed use. 

Mrs. Ruth Prince, missionary for the Bladen County Association was very kind in 
giving us her time in showing us their headquarters building in Elizabethtown. This 
structure cost the Association $22,000, not including the lot and we preferred this one 
and felt that the space was petitioned to be used most efficiently. The structure has 
1470 square feet consisting of conference room space 16 feet by 35 feet, secretary's 
office, workroom, heating room, and the rest room for men and women. There was also 
a portable kitchen area in the hall with space for a refrigerator, range, and kitchen sink. 

We will tentatively adopt this plan subject to the approval of the Association and 
we have some xerox copies for those that would like to see the exterior detail and the 
floor plan. We believe that we could build at present this plan for approximately 
$26,000. We are attempting to secure a minimum one acre of land centrally located 
and if we are successful, we will expect to have the building and the land complete 
for less than $30,000. 

We make a motion that this building be financed from memorial funds which will 



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be accumulated and as soon as we are able to find the land we will make further re- 
commendations as to the building period. We understand that we now have in our 
memorial fund designated for this associational building more than $2,500. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Henry H. Whitley, Chairman 

cc: Moderator 

Association Secretary 
Raymond Moore 
George Mast 




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41. An oral Report on Ordinations was given by John Ryberg which in substance, is 
as follows: 

He reported the Committee On Ordinations had met several times during the past 
year, at the request of the following churches: Crestwood for the purpose of examining 
Leonard Bras well; Princeton for the purpose of examining Dale Wyatt; Clyde's Chapel 
for the purpose of examining Randolph Kessler; Faith for the purpose of examining 
Walter Jones; and Cedar Grove for the purpose of examining Eldridge Narron. Each of 
the above candidates for ordination to the gospel ministry answered all questions 
satisfactorily to the committee. After brief deliberation at the conclusion of the ex- 
amination of each of the candidates, the committee unanimously recommended their 
ordination to the gospel ministry. 

Mr. Ryberg stated that the Committee on Ordinations stands ready to assist the 
churches of the association whenever there are candidates who seek entrance to the 
gospel ministry. 

42. A Report concerning the Church Letters for the past year given by George B. 
Mast, Association Clerk. 

43. N.R. Demchak, Representative, submitted his report concerning the American 
Bible Society, as follows: 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY 

The American Bible Society and the Southern Baptist Convention work cooperatively 
as "partners" in sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ to people around the world. 
The sole purpose and mission of the Bible Societies is to make God's Word available 
to all men everywhere in a language and form they can easily read and understand and 
at a price they can afford. 

To fulfill this urgent need, the Bible Societies have embarked on an ambitious 
program for the development of Scripture Literacy Selections. This program is being 
built on the theme: "Let the World Speak". 

"Graded Scriptures are being designed on five progressive reading levels to lead 
new readers from literacy primer levels to reading levels of the normal "common 
language". 

At the same time the Bible Societies are translating the Scriptures into understand- 
able, everyday language, such as "Good News for Modern Man", the New Testament 
in Today's English Version, of which over 40 million copies have already been dis- 
tributed. 

In addition to "Good News", "common language" Scripture translations have al- 
ready been completed in several foreign languages and work on 39 similar translations 
in other languages is already underway. 

At the present time, nearly 97% of the world's people can secure at least a portion 
of the Bible in their own language. At the end of 1972 at least one Book of the Bible 
had been published in 1,500 language dialects - the complete Bible in 255. 

During 1972 the American Bible Society: 

- distributed 121,122,596 copies of Scripture within the U.S. 

- supplied 53% of the 1972 United Bible Societies' World Service Budget, thereby 
providing over one- half of the year's total distribution. 

- continued to publish and distribute thousands of copies of Scripture in other 
familiar versions. 

- provided 704,849 copies of Scripture for the blind in special format. 



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- opened a new regional distribution office in Atlanta, Georgia, to serve better 
the Scripture needs of Christians in the South. 

- published "Wisdom for Modern Man; Proverbs and Ecclesiastes" in the Today's 
English Version. Also published at the request of the Home Mission Board and the 
National Student Ministries of the Southern Baptist Convention, the • 'Jesus" book for 
the January Bible Study needs throughout the Southern Baptist Convention. 

- made thousands of Scriptures available to the SBC for the 1973 nationwide 
evangelistic campaign, Key '73. 

- invited Miss Alma Hunt, Executive Secretary, Woman's Missionary Union SBC, 
as a delegate to the first United Bible Societies' World Assembly in Ethiopia, in Sep- 
tember 1972. 

- provided and distributed 2,196,844 copies of Scripture at Explo '72 during June 
1972 in Dallas, Texas. 

Southern Baptists have long considered the American Bible Society an essential 
part of their world wide mission program and support it. 

Through gifts to ABS, SBC churches show their deep and continued interest in pro- 
viding the Word of God for people everywhere in their native tongues. 

During these past six years Southern Baptists have lead all other U.S. denomina- 
tions in their gifts to the ABS. Southern Baptists can continue to lead if EVERY CHURCH 
will contribute. Has YOUR CHURCH given this year? 



44. A Report of the Treasurer was submitted by S.T. Anderson, Jr., as follows: 



Financial report of the Johnston Baptist Association for the year October 1, 1972 
through September 30, 1973: 



Respectfully submitted, 

N.R. Demchak, Representative 



REPORT OF TREASURER 



Balance carried forward October 5, 1972 



$ 2,134.92 



Gifts from churches to Budget 
Gifts from Baptist State Convention 
Miscellaneous income 



$12,405.46 
352. 00 
262.22 



Total gifts 



13,019.68 



Total to be accounted for 



15,154.60 



Expenses: 

Salary of Superintendent of Missions 

Rent on house and office 

Travel expense 

Utilities: House and office 

Annuity and insurance 

Office supplies and postage 

Equipment and repairs 

Miscellaneous 



$ 5,520. 00 
1,200. 00 
1,560. 00 
660. 00 
1,525. 00 



446.92 
150. 00 
116.94 



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Annual meeting 
Stenographer 
Publishing Annual 

Convention and Conference expense 
Clerk's honorarium 
Vacation Bible School 
Brotherhood 

Womans Missionary Union 



100. 00 
100.00 

424.85 
385. 00 
7 5. 00 
57.78 
54.80 
287.51 



Total Expenses 



12,665.80 



Balance on hand October 9, 1973 



$ 2,488.80 



Respectfully submitted, 

S. T. Anderson, Jr. , Treasurer 



The BUILDING FUND for the Association was planned and became operative in 
October, 1970, three years ago. 

At this time, effective date being October 9, 1973, there is on deposit in a savings 
account the amount of $2,715.10. 



Note - Receipts from the churches are listed inside the cover page in the statisti- 
cal column. These figures represent the treasurer's record rather than what is reported 
in the church letters. There may be a difference between the two. If there is a dif- 
ference that is not understood, please check with the treasurer. 

45. Motion was made, seconded and unanimously adopted that all report heretofore 
presented be adopted. 

46. Mike Moore presented the 1973-74 budget for the association, as follows: The 
budget was unanimously approved. 



BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT 
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR THE YEAR 1973-74: 



Submitted by, 

S.T. Anderson, Jr. Treasurer 



1972-73 



197 3-74 



PERSONNEL: 



Superintendent of missions salary 

Annuity and insurance 

Convention and conference expense 

Clerk honorarium 

Stenographer 



$ 5,520. 00 
1,525. 00 



450. 00 
75.00 
100. 00 



$ 6,000. 00 
1,594. 00 



375.00 
75. 00 
100. 00 



$ 7,670.00 



$8,144. 00 



OPERATING EXPENSES: 
Travel 



$ 1,560. 00 



$ 1,620.00 



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Rent-House and office 
Utilities- House and office 
Office supplies and expense 
Office equipment and repairs 
Publishing of Annual 
Annual meeting 
Miscellaneous 



1,200. 00 
660. 00 
400. 00 
150. 00 
525. 00 
100. 00 

. 200. 00 



720. 00 
425.00 
250. 00 
525. 00 
100.00 
200. 00 



$ 4,795. 00 $ 5,040.00 



ORGANIZATIONS AND PROMOTION: 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Brotherhood 

Woman's Missionary Union 
Vacation Bible School 
Music 

Leadership Workshops 
Personnel training 



$ 75. 00 $ 75.00 

75. 00 75. 00 

100.00 100. 00 

500. 00 500.00 

100. 00 100. 00 

50. 00 50. 00 

50. 00 50. 00 

100. 00 100. 00 

$ 1,050.00 $ 1,050. 00 



$13.515. 00 $14,234.00 



Mike Moore, Chairman of 
Budget and Finance 
Committee 



47. Memorials, Mrs. J. Ray Nowell. 



<©ur pelobeb ISeat) 


A NT IOC H BAPTIST CHURCH 


BENSON BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mrs. Myrtle O'Neal 


Mrs. W. K. Neighbors, Jr. 




Mrs. Leta O. Dunn 




Mr. Rufus Coats 


BAPTIST CENTER 


Mr. M. G. Johnson - Deacon 


Mr. Herman Pope 






BENSON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 


BAPTIST TABERNACLE 


Mr. Silas Stephenson 


Mrs. Zel ma Nowell 


Mrs. Janie Austin 


Mrs. Eliza Liles 




Mr. Craven Carroll 


BETHANY 


Mr. J. B. Johnson 


Mrs. Martha Lee 


Mr. Claudius Watson 


Mrs. Carrie Hicks 


Mrs. Letha Anderson 


Mr. Walter Reaves 


Mrs. Annie Nowell 


Mr. Charles C. Creech - Deacon 



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BETHESDA BAPTIST CHURCH 


FAITH BAPTIST 


Mrs. Vonnie Sasser 


None 


Mrs. Herman Ellis 




Mr. Clayton Puckett 


FIRST BAPTIST (SMITH FIELD) 




Mrs. McDonald Davis 


BEULAH BAPTIST 


Mr? Arinfl C Hflvdpn 

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None 


Ur Hncrh Tnhn?nn 

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Mrs. Lillie L. Johnson 


BLACKMAN'S GROVE 


Mr Fmrmft Tnnn?nn Tr 

1V11. JUllillllLL J KJllllJ\JHf Jl# 


Mr. Frank Emerson Johnson 


Mr? Fvplvn C Tnhn?ton 




Mrs Carl D l ittle 


BURNELL BAPTIST 


Mrs, Claude C. Pippin 


Mr. Calbert Johnson - Deacon 


Mr. A.J. Price 




Miss Annie Rose Southerland 


CALVARY BAPTIST 


Mrs. Dora B. Stephenson 


Mrs. Annie Watson 


Mrs. P. B. Stevens 


Mr? F??ip Tohnson 


Mr Ffl rl Wriitpriiir?t 

1V11. LM.ll. VV lllLCllUloL 


CARTERS CHAPEL 


FOUR OAKS BAPTIST 


Mrs. Joe Johnson 


Mrs. R. C. Canady 


Mr. Storn Finch - Deacon 


Mr Clvde Haskett 


Mr. Arnold Broadwell 


Mr? C V Wa rrrui 




Mr? R F Mnr>rp 

IVllo. IX. i- m IVKJUIC 


CEDAR GROVE 


Mr? SpYtnn Tnhn?on 

IVIIO, OCAIUI1 J^llllo^ll 


None 






HALES CHA PE L BA FT 1ST CHURCH 


CLAYTON, FIRST BAPTIST 


Mr Trip Drivpr 


Mr. Douglas Dean 


Mr? Annip Drivpr 


Mr. Frealon Lancaster 


Mr Frank Chamhlpp 


Mr. Norman Coble 


Mi?? \ \7 1\ Pflrri?ri 


Mr. J. N. Stephenson 


\Ar nipn Rrnwn 
ivll. OJ.C11 DivJWll 


Miss Irene Hinton 


Mr 7ph Cnrhptr 


Mr. David H. Wilson 




Mrs. J. T. Dodd 


HEPHZIBAH BAPTIST > 


Mrs. John Hocutt 




CLYDE'S CHAPEL BAPTIST 


HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST 


Mr. Hardy Whitley 


Mr. By rant Hatcher 


Mrs. Henry Thomas Lamm 


ivir. iiioiiiab j, , i iionic 




Mr Rnhhv Ra aland 

IVll. UKJUUj l\£l 11VJ 


CORINTH 


Mrs. Edith H. Bradshaw 


HOOD'S GROVE BAPTIST 


Mr. Johnny Creech 


Mrs. Roland Parker 


Mr. Ode 11 High 


IVllo, WalLcl DUllcl 


CRESTWOOD BAPTIST 


KENLY BAPTIST 


Mr. Thurman Jones 


Mr. L. H. Johnson 



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LEE'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Luther Faison 
Mrs. John T. A 1 ford 
Mr. Josh Williams - Deacon 

LYLES BAPTIST 
None 

LIVE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Lola Bell Holmes 
Mr. Frank Morris 



Mr. Sam Hayes 
Mrs. Milford Beasley 

PINE LEVEL BAPTIST 
Bro. E. O. Coor 
New la.nd Crocker - Deacon 
Sister Sallie Moore 
Bro. M. L. Sanders 

PINKEY 
None 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MICRO 
Mrs. Nettie Batten 
Mr. Morris Wright 
Mrs. Sarah Stancil 
Mr. Albert Deans 

MIDDLESEX BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Verta Lewis 
Mrs. C. D. Deans 

NEWTON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 

NOHLEZ CHAPEL 
Mrs. Etta Nichols 
Mr. Willard Williams 

NORTH SMITH FIELD 
Mrs. Eunice Lyles 
Mr. Lewis W. Lyles 
Mrs. Mabel Me combs 

OLIVERS GROVE 
Mr. Chester Allen 

PARRISH MEMORIAL MISSIONARY 
BAPTIST 
Mrs. Estelle Medlin 
Mrs. Clara Parrish 
Mr. Pate Woodard 
Mr. Charles Peedin 
Mr. Alvin Broughton 

PAULINE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. H. M. Hines 



PISGAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Henry Byrd, Jr. 
Mr. R.H. Higgins 
Mrs. Elbert Powell 
Mrs. Clifton Barbour 
Mrs. H. B. Lassiter 

PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Mr. Charles Earl Buffkin 

PRINCETON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Ellen Woodard 
Mr. Talton Tan 

SARDIS BAPTIST 

Mr. N. S. Stevens - Deacon 
Mrs. Nannie Whitley 
Mr. Ronnie Tolbert 

SELMA BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Joseph Payne 
Ila Adams 
Willye Wright 
Ernest Giswold 



Mrs. 
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Mr. B. B. Lynch 



SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 

SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 

STEVENS CHAPEL CHURCH 
Mr. Jacob Tyner 



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THANKSGIVING 


Mr. Hoytt Lee 


Mrs. Marie Woodard 


Mrs. Victoria Wall 


Mr. Sandford Gordon 


Mr. Delma Murphrey - Deacon 
Mr. Bud Wilkins 


TRINITY BAPTIST 


Mr. J. Kenneth Wall 


Russell Johnson - Deacon 


Mrs. Thelma W. Johnson 


Talmadge Lee - Deacon 


Mrs. James T. Johnson 
Mr. Coye L. Blinson 


WAT KINS CHAPEL CHURCH 


Mrs. Ada Brannan 


Mr. O. B. Ellington 




Mr. Roland Hales - Deacon 


WILSON MILLS BAPTIST CHURCH 


WHITE OAK BAPTIST 


Mrs. Elgie Baker 


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Mrs. Viola Wall 


Mrs - . Parrish 



48. A special program of music was presented by Paul Brown, Jr., soloist, choir 
director, Baptist Tabernacle, who sang "Win the Lost at Any Cost." 

49. Kenneth Thrasher, pastor of Sharon Baptist Church, presented the evening mes- 
sage. "Doctrine of Second Coming of Jesus Christ." He commented that this doctrine 
has been abandoned to a large extent. That we must stop abandoning major doctrines. 
If the Bible is true then, Jesus will come again. We must not serve a half-Christ. 
Faith requires us to Believe that he will come again. We can rely on the promise of 
Jesus Christ. 

50. Alton Johnson presented the report of the Time, Place and Preacher Committee. 
He moved for its adoption and the same was duly adopted. 

TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

We, the undersigned, as the committee on time, place and preacher for the Johnston 
Baptist Association, do recommend the following: 

1. The time for the 1974 annual meeting: Monday and Tuesday, October 21 and 22 
1974. 

2. The place: Hocutt Memorial Church for the first session, Selma Baptist Church 
for the second session. 

3. The preacher: Donald K. Horn, Pisgah Baptist Church. The alternate preacher: 
Andrew B. Moon, Pleasant Grove. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Alton Johnson, Chairman 

51. The moderator presented a slate of general officers for the coming year. They 
were presented upon motion duly made and seconded. The nominees were accepted 
by acclamation. 



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REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE 



Association Officers: 

Moderator - M.B. MacLeod, Jr., Box 1337, Smithfield 27577 
Vice Moderator - Alfred T. Ays cue, Pine Level 27568 
Clerk - George B. Mast, P.O. Box 119, Smithfield 27577 
Treasurer - Edward Renfrow, Smithfield 27577 
Historian - Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 
Superintendent of Missions - R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 

52. Upon motion duly made and seconded the Executive Committee was authorized 
to elect officers and associational heads as reported by the Nominating Committee. 
Motion Carried. 

53. Bolton Jones led the congregation in singing "He Lives." 

54. Reverend Troy Jones presented the scripture reading from the Book of John, 
Chapter 7, verses 4-6. 

55. The chair recognized D. Wayne Martin, who presented the report of the Resolu- 
tions Committee, as follows: 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

WHEREAS, the 71st annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association has been in 
session on October 22 and 23, 1973, and is nearing its adjournment and 

WHEREAS, the messengers and visitors to the annual meeting have enjoyed the 
hospitality of Corinth Church, Hales Chapel, Watkins Chapel, Baptist Tabernacle, 
Cedar Grove, Lee's Chapel, Middlesex, and Nobles Chapel, and have been challenged 
by committee reports and guest speakers. 

Be it therefore resolved that the messengers to the 71st annual session of the John- 
ston Baptist Association express their appreciation to the assisting churches, to the 
program committee, to the moderator, M.B. MacLeod, to the clerk, George B. Mast, 
to all laypersons and ministers for their efforts in making this meeting an inspiration 
for all who participated in it. 

WHEREAS, Mr. S.T. Adnerson, Jr. has given many faithful years of service as 
treasurer of the Johnston Baptist Association, and 

WHEREAS, he is now retiring from this office, and 

WHEREAS, we of the Johnston Baptist Association are grateful to Brother Anderson 
for his service to Christ and to this association, Be it Resolved 

1. That we dedicate the 1973 Annual of the Association to his honor, 

2. That the association commend Mr. Anderson for his untiring service to the 
churches of the Johnston Baptist Association, and 

3. That we express our pleasure for his continued willingness to serve in the as- 
sociation, and 

4. Be it further resolved that the following certificate of appreciation be presented 
to Mr. Anderson as our token of gratitude to him for his service to the association, 

WHEREAS, Mrs. Mareta H. Moore, the devoted wife of our superintendent of mis- 
sions and a loyal supporter of our associational work, has gone to be with our Lord, 

and 

WHEREAS, our association feels its great loss in her untimely death and 
WHEREAS, her contribution to the life of Reverend R.E. Moore and to the Johnston 
Baptist Association is beyond comprehension. 

Be it resolved that the 1973 minutes of this 71st meeting of the Johnston Baptist 



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Association be dedicated to Mrs. Mareta Huggins Moore, Four Oaks, North Carolina. 

Be it further resolved that, upon completion of the Johnston Baptist Association 
office building that the conference room therein be dedicated to the memory and named 
in the honor of Mrs. Mareta Huggins Moore. That it be named the Mareta Huggins 
Moore Room and a plaque with suitable inscription be displayed appropriately. 

WHEREAS, in times of great concern for the well being of our nation, we have sought 
God's help through our united efforts in prayer and 

WHEREAS, the times in which we now live call us again to seek God's guidance in 
the handling of the affairs which face our nation. 

Therefore, be it resolved that we support with our prayers and responsible citizen- 
ship the Legislative, Judiciary and Executive Branches of our Government that they 
may be guided by God so as to lead us out of our current crisis. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. William Barnes 
D. Wayne Martin, Chairman 
Reverend Mike Moore 
Reverend Hoyt Lock 

56. The Resolutions Committee report was unanimously adopted. 

57. The chair recognized E.S. Simpson, Christian Education Representative, who 
presented the report of the Baptist Colleges. He moved its adoption and it was adopted. 

REPORT ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

CHURCHES AND COLLEGES WORKING TOGETHER 

In North Carolina, Baptist churches and Baptist colleges enjoy a supportive part- 
nership. It is still true that most of our pastors, missionaries, church staff members 
and denominational leaders are educated in Baptist colleges. Another outstanding ex- 
ample of church- college cooperation is the Baptist Youth Corps, which provided dedi- 
cated student leadership for more than eighty North Carolina Baptist churches during 
the summer of 1973. On campus, the college presidents interpret to the faculty and 
staff that our churches and colleges play important, complementary roles in the 
Christian missionary enterprise. 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 



Your North Carolina Baptist colleges continue to be grateful for the support which 
comes through the Cooperative Program. During 1973, more than two million dollars 
will be given to support Christian higher education. Your colleges share this support 
as follows: 



Campbell College $340,721 

Chowan College 212,951 

Gardner- Webb College 249,153 

Mars Hill College 296 , 002 



Meredith College 296,002 
Wake Forest University .517,471 
Wingate College 217,210 



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THE IMPORTANCE OF BAPTIST STUDENTS 



The colleges make a special effort to recruit North Carolina Baptist students. In 
fact, no qualified student is turned down in any of our colleges because of inability 
to pay. The churches help to make this possible through the Cooperative Program and 
the Baptist College Scholarship Offering on Father's Day. Baptist colleges stress the 
importance of the individual student, and are anxious to enroll the youth from our 
churches who plan to attend college. Churches can help their students and their 
colleges by encouraging interested young people to apply for enrollment in one of the 
seven North Carolina Baptist colleges. 



Since 1945, the cooperative efforts and relationships of North Carolina Baptist 
colleges have been coordinated by the Council on Christian Higher Education of the 
Baptist State Convention. The Council office is eager to assist both the churches and 
the colleges as together they help to create persons and a world as Christ would have 
them. 



58. A certificate of appreciation was presented to Radio Station WBZB for carrying 
the "Baptist Hour". The Certificate of Appreciation was presented by Reverend R.E. 
Moore, Associational Missionary. 

59. The congregation enjoyed special music by the Campbell College Chamber Choir 
under the direction of Dr. Robert Piper. 

60. The evening message was delivered by Dr. D. Bud Smith, President of Wingate 
College. His subject "Every Day There Will Be Change" was an inspirational mes- 
sage relating how Christian Education can help us to better understand other people. 
Life can have meaning and we can be meaningful if we trust God. 

61. M.B. MacLeod announced the benediction and the association adjourned, 



COUNCIL ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 



Respectfully submitted, 
E.S. Simpson, Representative 



MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 



Clydes Chapel 
Shiloh 



M. Randolph Kesler, Route 1, Wendell 
Eugene N. Coats. Route 1. Gamer 



MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 



Antioch 
Bethesda 
Crest wood 
Four O aks 
Parrish Memorial 



Eldridge Narron, Route 1, Middlesex 
Wilbert D. Evans, Route 1, Clayton 
Leonard Braswell, Route 2, Smithfield 
Jay Whitley, Four Oaks 
Harold Medlin, Route 2, Selma 



ASSISTANT PASTORS 



Princeton 
Smithfield, First 



Dale Wyatt, 425 Judson Drive, Wake Forest 
Steven B. Williams, Smithfield 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST 



ANTIOCH - Installed new heating and air conditioning unit in church parsonage. 
BENSON - Homecoming - September 30, 1973 
BENSON GROVE - Remodeling of church interior. 
CEDAR GROVE - Cooling and heating system installed. 

CLAYTON, FIRST - Property across street from church was purchased and given to 

the church by a church family. 
CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Minister ordained. 

CRESTWOOD - Dedications of two new babies, 1 minister ordained. 
FOUR OAKS - New organ and choir chairs, licensed Jay Whitley. 
HALES CHAPEL - Church voted for full time pastorate on 2/25/73. 
LIVE OAK - Constructed new fellowship hall. 
LYLES MEMORIAL - Recently moved into new church building. 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST - Bibles given by family, sound system given by family; added 
new pews in Sunday School rooms adjoining auditorium; built cement wall lower 
end. 

PLEASANT GROVE - Carpeting of sanctuary wing rooms. 
PRINCETON - Hiring of an associate minister. 

SELMA - Homecoming - 101st anniversary, held June 3, 1973; Time capsule dedi- 
cated. 

STEPHENS CHAPEL - Chartered buses to Billy Graham Crusade at Raleigh, N.C. 
TRINITY BAPTIST - Dedication of chimes and carillon in memory of John Nathan and 

Vara Wood Johnson. 
WATKINS CHAPEL - Started a Baptistry. 

WHITE OAK - Covenant of dedication for new red cushioned choir pews. 
WILSON'S MILLS - Put floor covering in rooms upstairs, carpet and seats in choir 
loft, big folding door in basement, painted and repaired church parsonage. 



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JOHNSTON BAPTIST 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Brotherhood Director 

EDISON TEMPLE 


Address City State Zip 

Four Oaks North Carolina 27524 




BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 




Mr. Hyden Lee, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Mr. Malah McLamh, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 


Mr. W. R. O'Neal, 513 S. Starling St., Clayton 27520 


Mr. Walter Jones, Jr., Rt. 4, Box 248, Smithfield 27577 
Mr. Elmer Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Edison Temple, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 
Mr. Bob Brown, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Mr. Eric Wall, 201 S. Moore St., Clayton 27520 


Mr. Joe Overman, Box 202, Middlesex 27555 


Mr. Edwin Price, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 


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Antioch 
Baptist Center 
Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton First 
Clydes Chapel 


Corinth 

Crestwood 

Faith 

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Hales Chapel 


Hephzibah 
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Hoods Grove 
Kenly 

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Live Oak 
Lyles Memorial 
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North Smithfield 
Oliver Grove 
Parrish Memorial 
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BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Benny Parker, Pine Level 27576 

Mr. C. P. Johnson, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 88, Smithfield 27577 
Mr. Edward Miller, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27595 


Mr. Keith Bond, 906 N. Sharpe St., Selma 27576 
Mr. W. O. Buie, 912 Chestnut Drive, Smithfield 27577 


Mr. John V. Willons, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 
Mr. Edward Jones, Stancil St., Smithfield 27577 


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Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
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Association 

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State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


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Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


Fred Johnson, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Etta Mae Canady, 203 Blanche St., Clayton 27520 

Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. P. H. Derring, Jr., 34 W. Church St., Benson 27504 

Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27524 


K. D. Stancil, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

A. Ray Jones, 411 IM. Wellons St., Smithfield 27577 

Woodrow Ivey, Rt. J, Dunn 28334 

Fulton Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 21524 

W. T. Allen, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 


Nelson Newton, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Kenneth Anderson, Box 102, Micro 27555 
Henry Dail, 124 Boswell St., Clayton 27520 
J. Vernon Corbett, Box 775, Clayton 27520 
Nevell Davis, Rt. 1. Wendell 27591 


O. Wyatt Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Lacy Wall, Rt. 4, Box 409, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Marie Ricks, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Jesse Keen, Box 291, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. F. C. Vann, Rt. 1, Box 46, Zebulon 27597 


Charles Glenn Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Shirley Bass, 706 E. Joyner St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2, Box 99, Benson 27504 
J. D. Bailey, Kenly 27542 
Oris Stallings, P.O. Box 204, Middlesex 27557 


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Mrs. Hazel Whitley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Thel Price, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Lester House, Rt. 2, Box 294, Princeton 27569 

Barber Wood, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 


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Association 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST 


State 

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Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


Hubert F. Radford, Pine Level 27568 
Mrs. Durwood Bailey, Rt. 2, Pikeville 27863 
Edward Johnson, Rt. 1, Box 96, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Charles Gregory, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
Earl S. Price, Box 246, Princeton 27569 


Thurman D. Strickland, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Hubert Allen, Pool Dr., Selma 27576 
Shelton Castleberry, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
James Elbert Ha(l, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
G. A. Allen. 4015 2nd St.. Smithfield 27577 


Joseph N. Hatcher, Box 211, Princeton 27569 

Clifton Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. David E. Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Phillip Parrish, Box 211, Wendell 27591 

Charles H. Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 586, Clayton 27520 

D. P. Brown, Box 61, Wilson Mills 27593 




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Associational Superintendent of Missions (Associational Missionary) 

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Address City State Zip 

Box 164 Four Oaks North Carolina 27524 


CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 


Gail Brown, Rt. 2, Box 210, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Mary Chappel, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. J. Ray Nowell, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. Charles Turlington, 102 Pine St., Benson 27504 

Mrs. Barry Barbour, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


0. B. Batten, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Vickie Beasley, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Freddie L. Beasley, Rt. 2, Box 72, Dunn 28334 

Mrs. Herma Mass«ngill, Rt. 2, Box 299, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 


Mrs. John Morgan, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Woodrow Lamm, Box 164, Micro 27555 
Miss Madie Morris, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893 
Mrs. J. W. Lee, 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Anne Johnson, Wendell 27591 


Mrs. W. F. Andrews, Box 312, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. Charlotte Wall, Rt. 4, Box 409, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Myrtle Ballard, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

James B. Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. Frank Chamblee, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Mrs. Sheila Braswell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Roy Benson, Box 625, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Rt. 2, Box 213. Benson 27504 

Mrs. H. V. Edgerton, Box 663, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Jesse Alford, Rt. 1, Box 449, Middlesex 27557 


Mrs. Roy Hinton, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Betty J. Evans, 411 Andrews, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Shelby Jean Barnes, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Frances B. Chamblee, Box 226, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Jo Ann Williford, Box 128, Newton Grove 28366 


Mrs. Charles Boykin, Box 6, Wilson 27893 
Mrs. Edith Dees, Rt. 3, Box 238, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Janie Price, Rt. 3, Box 287, Four Oaks 27524 
Vlrs. Judith Daughtry, Rt. 3, Box 182-A, Selma 
Mrs. Barber Wood, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 


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Benson 
Benson Grove 


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Bethesda 
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Burnell 


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Carters Chapel 
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Clydes Chapel 


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Hoods Grove 
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Lees Chapel 


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State 

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Associational Superintendent of Missions (Associational Missionary) 

R. E. MOORE 


Address City State Zip 

Box 164 Four Oaks North Carolina 27524 


CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 


Robert L. Thompson, Pine Level 27568 

Mrs. Harvey Pittman, Rt. 2, Box 3340, Pikeville 27863 

Mrs. Christine Thompson, Rt. 1, Box 280, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Eva Austin, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Mrs. G. F. Brown, Box 305, Princeton 27569 


Mrs. Delphia 0. Whitley, Rt. 2, Box 160, Smithfield 27577 

Bernard F. Proctor, 409 W. Elizabeth, Selma 27576 

Glenwood Parker, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Judy G. Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

William Barnes, 211 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 27577 


Jerry F. Oliver, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Ann Parrish, Box 211, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. Bobby Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 580, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt. 3, Box 100, Smithfield 27577 


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Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 
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Trinity 

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Moderator 

M. B. MACLEOD, JR. 


Address City State Zip 

Box 1337 Smithfield North Carolina 27577 


CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 


Rudolph Starling, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Clinnon Mitcheii, Rt. 5, Goldsboro 27530 

Wilbert C. Massengill, Rt. 3, Box 177, Four Oaks 27524 

Glenn Carroll, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Elwood Evans, Box 561, Princeton 27569 


Howard Olive, Jr., Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

John Radford, 903 Sharpe St., Selma 27576 

Henry Whitley, Rt. 4, Smithneld 27577 

Amos W. Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

William H. Perry, Rt. 1, Box 501, Smithfield 27577 


Sherrill Thompson, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Wilbur Alford, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Phillip Parrish, Box 211, Wendell 27591 
George B. Smith, Box 121, Clayton 27520 
Charlie Wood, Box 125, Wilson Mills 27593 


TOTALS 


CHURCHES 


Pine Level 

Pinkney 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 
Smithrield 


Stephens 

Thanksgiving 

Trinity 

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DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 

NAME OF CHURCH DIRECTORS' NAMES AND ADDRESSES 

ANTIOCH - Erdene Narron, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 
BETHESDA - Mrs. E.C. Reeves, Route 1, Clayton 27520 

CLAYTON, FIRST - Mrs. Wilson Champion, 330 West Stallings Street, Clayton 

CLYDES CHAPEL - Mrs. Patricia Whitman, Route 1, Wendell 27591 

CORINTH - Mrs. Wilbur Johnson, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 

CRESTWOOD - Miss Diane Shrum, 402 N. Sharpe St., Selma 27576 

FAITH - Mrs. Ruth Howell, North Webb Street, Selma 27576 

HALES - Mrs. Herman Hocutt, P.O. Box 1151, Zebulon 27597 

KENLY - Lulu Jolliff, Kenly 27542 

LEE'S CHAPEL - Mrs. Mike Wimberly, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 
LIVE OAK - Miss Amy Lock, Route 1, Selma 27576 
MIDDLESEX - Mrs. Linwood Walston, Middlesex 27557 
PARRISH MEMORIAL - Tony Medlin, Route 3, Selma 27 576 
PINE LEVEL - Mrs. Kenneth Phillips, Highway 96, Selma 27576 
PISGAH - Mrs. Alton Whitley, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 
PLEASANT GROVE - Miss Diane Campbell, Route 1, Angier 
PRINCETON - Erma Lee Woodard, Box 267, Princeton 27 569 
SELMA - Mrs. Virginia Baker, 502 W. Richardson Street, Selma 27576 
SHARON - Mrs. Valeria Vinson, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 
STEPHENS CHAPEL - Mrs. Jerry F. Oliver, Route 2, Smithfield 27577 
TRINITY - Mrs. Carl Peacock, Route 2, Benson 27504 



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ANTIOCH - Lou Belle Davis, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 
BAPTIST CENTER - Mrs. Willa Stanley, Route 1, Box 8, Clayton 27520 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE - Mrs. Kenneth No well, Route 1, Wendell 27591 
BENSON BAPTIST - Mrs. Wilhelmina Utley, West Main, Benson 27504 
BENSON GROVE - Mrs. Charles Parrish, Route 1, Angier 27524 
BETHANY - Mrs. Gerald Massey, Route 2, Kenly 27542 
BETHESDA - Miss Yvonne Kennedy, Route 1, Clay con 27520 
BEULAH BAPTIST - Mrs. Judy M. Clifton, Route 2, Benson 27504 
BLACKMAN'S GROVE - Mrs. Earl B. Johnson, Route 2, Four Oaks 27524 
BURNELL - Miss Beverly Massengill, Route 3, Four Oaks 27524 
CALVARY - Miss Teresa Barefoot, Route 2, Dunn 28334 
CARTER'S CHAPEL - Miss Sherry Johnson, Route 2, Selma 27576 
CEDAR GROVE - Miss Sue Ellen Williamson, Route 1, Wilson 27893 
CLAYTON, FIRST - James Elmore, 709 S. Magnolia Ave., Dunn 28334 
CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Miss Verna E. Phipps, Route 1, Wendell 27591 
CORINTH - Mrs. Eugene Hinton, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 
CRESTWOOD - Mrs. Deborah Simmons, Box 538, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 



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FOUR OAKS - Mrs. Carolyn Price, Four Oaks 27 524 
HALES CHAPEL - Mrs. Bill Creech, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 
HEPHZIBAH - Mrs. Gerald ine Reardon, Route 1, Princeton 27569 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL - Mrs. Debbie Lewis, Route 2, Clayton 27 520 
HOOD'S GROVE - Mrs. Donald Parker, Route 2, Box 99, Benson 27504 
KENLY BAPTIST - Mrs. R.A. Simmons, Kenly 27542 
LEE'S CHAPEL - Mrs. Johnnie Kemp, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 
LIVE OAK - Mrs. Linda Creech, Route 1, Selma 27576 
LYLES BAPTIST - Fredia Heath, P.O. Box 73, Clayton 27520 
MICRO - Mrs. Lloyd Batten, Jr., Route 2, Selma 27576 
MIDDLESEX - Mrs. Barbara N. Strickland, Box 57, Middlesex 27557 
NEWTON GROVE - T.A. Williford, Box 128, Newton Grove 28366 
NOBLES CHAPEL - Mrs. Carl D. Glover, Route 1, Sims 
NORTH SMITHFIELD - None 

OLIVER'S GROVE - Miss Lanie Tyner, Route 3, Four Oaks 27524 
PARRISH MEMORIAL - Mrs. William R. Woodard, Micro 27555 
PAULINE BAPTIST - Mrs. Joe Carl Gregory, Route 3, Four Oaks 27 524 
PINE LEVEL - Mrs. C.F. Godwin, Pine Level 27568 
PINKNEY - Miss Janet Collier, Route 1, Kenly 27542 
PISGAH - Mrs. Linda Gordon, Route 1, Smithfield 27577 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, Route 3, Benson 27504 
PRINCETON BAPTIST - Mrs. Cecil Johnson, Box 335, Princeton 27 569 
SARDIS - Mrs. Ronnie Langston, Route 2, Smithfield 27577 
SELMA - Mrs. Leon Woodruff, 101 N. Green St., Selma 27 576 
SHARON - Mrs. Carolyn Crocker, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 
SHILOH - Verna Mae Adams, Route 1, Gamer 27529 

FIRST BAPTIST, SMITHFIELD - Thad Hardee, 411 Woodall Street, Smithfield 27577 

STEPHENS CHAPEL - J.V. Wellons, Jr., Route 2, Smithfield 27577 

THANKSGIVING - Mrs. Lynwood Price, Route 1, Selma 27576 

TRINITY - Christopher Barefoot, Route 2, Benson 27504 

WATKINS CHAPEL - Miss Julie Wilson, Route 1, Middlesex, 27557 

WHITE OAK - Mrs. Glenn Moore, Route 2, Clayton 27520 

WILSON'S MILLS - Mrs. Willis Creech, Route 3, Smithfield, 27577 



LAY REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD 

ANTIOCH - Kenneth D. Holland, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 

Worth C. Brown, Route 2, Selma 27576 

Bobby Hinton, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE - Barry Chamblee, Route 1, Wendell 27591 
BETHESDA - Luther C. Puckett, Route 1, Clayton 27520 
BEULAH - Wade Lee Barefoot, Route 2, Dunn 28334 

Malah McLamb, Route 2, Benson 27504 
BLACKMAN'S GROVE - Lawrence Massengill, Route 2, Four Oaks 27524 
BURNELL - Josephus Johnson, Route 1, Willow Springs 27592 
CALVARY - E.B. Williams, Dunn 28334 
CLAYTON, FIRST - Reverend Patrick Forbes, Clayton 27520 
CLYDE'S CHAPEL - Reverend Randolph Kesler, Route 1, Wendell 27591 

Nevell Davis, Route 1, Wendell 27591 
CORINTH - Mrs. Christine Glover, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 



CRESTWOOD - Reverend N.R. Demchak, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 
FAITH - Reverend Walter Jones, Jr., Box 152, Smithfield 27577 

W.G. Ricks, Route 3, Selma 27576 
FOUR OAKS - Douglas Johnson, Route 2, Four Oaks 27524 
HALES CHAPEL - Will Creech, Route 1, Zebulon 27597 
HEPHZIBAH - Waylon Howell, Route 1, Princeton 27569 
LEE'S CHAPEL - Louis Driver, Middlesex 27557 
LIVE OAK - Noah Blackman, Route 1, Selma 27576 
MIDDLESEX - John Brantley, Middlesex 27557 
NOBLES CHAPEL - Charles B. Boykin, City 33, Box 6, Wilson 27883 
NORTH SMITHFIELD - Reverend Sherrill Lane, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 

Lloyd McLeod, Route 3, Smithfield 27 577 
PAULINE - Earl Lee, Four Oaks 27524 
PINE LEVEL - Rudolph Starling, Route 3, Selma 27576 
PISGAH BAPTIST - Alton Whitley, Route 3, Smithfield 27 577 
PLEASANT GROVE - Alton Johnson, Route 3, Raleigh 3 7 52y 
PRINCETON - J.G. Brown, Route 2, Princeton 27569 
SARDIS - William Godwin, Jr., Selma 27576 
SELMA - John P. Hines, Lizzie Mill Road, Selma 27576 
SHARON BAPTIST - Henry Whitley, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 

Dr. Kenneth Thrasher, Route 4, Smithfield 27577 
SMITHFIELD, FIRST - John Ryberg, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577 

E.S. Simpson, P.O. Box 1336, Smithfield 27577 

George Mast, 112 Riverside Drive, Smithfield 27577 
STEPHENS CHAPEL - Reverend C.E. Clayton, Pine Level 27568 

John V. Wellons, Route 2, Smithfield 27577 
THANKSGIVING - Mrs. S.C. Woodard, Selma 27576 
TRINITY - Mrs. Joe ParriSh, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Carl Peacock, Benson 27504 
W ATKINS CHAPEL - Kenneth Wall, Route 3, Zebulon 27597 
WHITE OAK - Jake Barnes, Route 1, Wendell 27591 
WILSON'S MILLS - Joe C. Deaton, Route 3, Smithfield 27577 



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Minutes * Church Histories * Church Directories * Book of Reports * Sermon Books * Genealogies 



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Southern Baptist I 

Wolfe City, Tex, 



JOHNSTON 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 
1974 



ANNUAL 
of the 



JOHNSTON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

North Carolina 



SEVENTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 21, 1974 

SELMA BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 22, 1974 



Containing 



Proceedings of the 



Theme 
"SHARE THE WORD" 




The next Annual Session will be held at 
THANKSGIVING BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 20, 1975 



AND 



HEPHZIBAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 21, 1975 



THE SEVENTY-SECOND ANNUAL IS 
DEDICATED TO 




Mrs. Lucille Hocutt Rev. Troy Jones 



The Johnston Baptist Association has dedicated its Seventy-Second Annual to Mrs. Lucille 
Hocutt for her outstanding Christian service to the Association. Mrs. Hocutt or "Miss Lucille" 
as she was so well known, was a resident of Clayton North Carolina, and a member of Clayton 
First Baptist Church. She has served the Johnston Baptist Association over a period of sixty 
years and her duties have ranged from Messenger to Superintendent. Mrs. Hocutt is remem- 
bered most for her continuous and endless work in the Woman's Missionary Union. 

The Johnston Baptist Association has dedicated its Seventy-Second Annual to Rev. Troy Ed- 
ward Jones for his many years of service. He has served as a pastor for a period of forty years in 
Cumberland, Roberson, Orange, Randolph and Johnston Counties. Rev. Jones was a resident 
of Smithfield, North Carolina, and a member of Smithfield First Baptist Church. Rev. Jones will 
always be remembered for his dedication and faithfulness to our Association. 



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Table of Contents 

Dedication 2 

Associational Directory 4 

Sunday School Officers 4 

Church Training Officers 4 

Brotherhood Officers 4 

Music Officers 4 

Library Officers 4 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 4 

Standing Committees 5 

Messengers 6 

Constitution 8 

Proceedings 10 

In Memoriam 28 

Assistant Pastors 34 

Ministers Licensed This Year 34 

Ministers Ordained This Year 34 

Historical Events of Special Interest 34 

Historical Table 36 

Map of the Association 30 

Program 11 

Statistical Tables 39 

Church Directory 58 



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Associational Directory 



Moderator Hoyt Lock, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Vice-Moderator John M. Radford, Selma 27576 

Clerk Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Treasurer Edward Renfrow, Box 731, Smithfield 27577 

Historian Mrs. Leata Barnes, Clayton 27520 

Superintendent of Missions \ . R. E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 

Associational Sunday School Officers 

Director John D. Johnson, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Teacher Improvement Director Don Horn, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Vacation Bible School Director Joe Deaton, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Preschool Director Mrs. Robert Leonard, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Children's Director Mrs. Joe Deaton, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Youth Director Miss Martha Chapman, Benson 27504 

Adult Director J,G. Brown, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 

Associational Church Training Officers 

Director Hoyt Lock, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Adult Director Leonard Braswell 

Youth Director Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 

Children's Director Mrs. Bill Morris, Box 186, Middlesex 27557 

Preschool Director Mrs. Robert Leonard, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Associational Brotherhood Officers 

Director Edison Temple, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Royal Ambassador Leader Nathan Peterson, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Mission Action Leader Walton Herring, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 

Mission Study Leader Dr. Larry Williams 

Associational Music Officers 

Director Billy Ray Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Director of Youth Music Miss Winkie Earp, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Director of Children's Muisc Mrs. Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 

Associational Library Officers 

Director Mrs. Virginia Baker, 502 Richardson St. Selma 27576 

Consultants Mrs. Bud Smith, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Herman Vinson, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 



Associational Woman's Missionary Union Officers 

Director Mrs. Doc R. Oliver, Box 98, Pine Level 27568 

Associate Director Mrs. Jerry Wood, Cherry St., Selma 27576 

Baptist Women's Director Mrs. William Barnes, Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Baptist Young Women's Director Miss B. Jaye Bunn, Rt. 3, Zebulon 

Acteens Director Mrs. Jan Barry, Hancock St., Smithfield 27577 



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Girls in Action Directors 

Mission Friends 

Mission Action Director. 



. . . Miss Nancy Daughtry, Rt. 1, Pinceton 27569 
Mrs. Andrew Moon, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 

Miss Sheila Thomas, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Miss jean Rains, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Cameron Mercer, Home St., Clayton 27520 



GROUP LEADERS: 

Group 1— Mrs. Ethel Faison, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Group 2— Mrs. R. E. Earp, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Group 3— Mrs. Clitus Hinton, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 
Group 4— Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 
Group 5— Mrs. Dalton Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Group 6 — Mrs. Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 
Group 7— Mrs. Leata Barnes, 1129 Main St., Clayton 27520 
Group 8 — Mrs. Sam Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mitchiner Loan Fund Committee: Mrs. F. E. Allen, Mrs. Joe Parrish and Mrs. S. E. Powell 
Nominating Committee: Mrs. Albert W. Williams, Mrs. S. E. Powell and Mrs. L. R. Stanley 

ASSOCIATIONAL COMMITTEES FOR 1974-75 

Appointed by Moderator Hoyt Lock, Selma Baptist Church 
October 22, 1974 

i COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS: 

Horace Ricks, Chairman, Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Mrs. S. Clarence Woodward, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. William A. Barnes, Smithfield 27577 

Dr. Kenneth Thrasher, Smithfield 27577 
COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS: 

Donald K. Horn, Chairman, Smithfield, 27577 

Earl Lee, Four Oaks 27524 

Franklin Grant, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Robert Leonard, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 
COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE &PREACHER: 

Dr. Jack Colwell, Chairman, Four Oaks 27524 

Johnny Guy, Four Oaks 27524 

Rudolph Starling, Pine Level 27568 
' COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS: 

Rev. D. Wayne Martin, Selma 27576 

Glenwood Brown, Princeton 27569 

Richard Swift, Zebulon 27597 
CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

John Ryberg, Chairman, Smithfield 27577 

J. A. Creech, Jr., Selma 27576 

R. A. Avery, Jr., Selma 27576 
I Donald Price, Benson 27504 
REPORTER: 

Dr. & Mrs. Jack Colwell, Four Oaks 27524 
COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS: 

John Ryberg, Chairman, Smithfield 27577 

Patrick Forbes, Clayton 27520 

Horace Ricks, Princeton 27569 

Mike Moore ; Clayton 27520 

Donald Price, Benson 27504 

Robert Leonard, Princeton 27569 

Wayne Martin, Selma 27576 



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Jack Colwell, Four Oaks 27524 

Donald Horn, Smithfield 27577 
COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS: 

Mrs. Josephine Creech, Selma 27576 
COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM: 

Shuford O. Edwins 

Joe Deaton, Smithfield 27577 

Kenneth Wellmon, Zebulon 27597 

Hoyt Lock, Chairman, Selma 27576 

REPRESENTATIVES OF INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES: 

BAPTIST COLLEGES— Dr. Bud Smith, Benson 27524 
CHRISTIAN LITERATURE— Patrick Forbes, Clayton 27520 
COOPERATIVE PROGRAM— Walter Jones, Smithfield 27577 
BAPTIST HOSPITAL— John C. Grant, Benson 27504 
N. C BAPTIST HOMES— Wayne Martin, Selma 27576 
CHILDREN'S HOMES— Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, Smithfield 27577 
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY— N. R. Demchak, Smithfield 27577 
BAPTIST FOUNDATION— Mrs. G. Tom Scott, Selma 27576 
ANNUITY BOARD— Fletcher Ford, Smithfield 27577 

MESSENGERS TO ASSOCIATION 

ANTIOCH — Tom Batten, Thurman Batten, and Susie Narron; Alternates: Mavoreen Hinton 

and Erdeen Narron 
BAPTIST CENTER — Mrs. Mary Chappel, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Canady 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE— Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hocutt, Mrs. Odessa Batten Mr. Nellie Chamblee, 
Mr. Ray Nowell, Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Creech, Miss Kennette Nowell and Mrs. Sadie Bat- 
ten 

BENSON BAPTIST— None 

BENSON GROVE— Mr. and Mrs. Victor Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Revels, Mrs. Barry Barbour, 
Mrs. Mitchell Barbour 

BETHANY— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitley and Mrs. Mozelle Parrish 
BETHESDA BAPTIST— Mary Puckett, Luther Puckett, Clyda Hobbs, Jack Lee, Lola Mae Lee, 

Dixie Harper, Gertie Thomas, Gladys Harper 
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tart 

BLACKMON'S GROVE— J. G. Lee, Herma Massengill, Lawrence Massengill, W. D. Beasley, 

Mrs. J. G. Lee and Mrs. W. D. Beasley 
BURNELL BAPTIST— Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lassiter, Mrs. Bass Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Allen 
CALVARY — Charles Denning, Marie Denning, Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan, E. B. Williams, Jean 

Johnson, Janice Langston 
CARTERS CHAPEL— Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edwards, Mrs. Doris Johnson, Mrs. Jessie Woodruff, 

Miss Martha Strickland 

CEDAR GROVE— Henry F. Dail, Donnie Price, Roney Mercer, Bertis Deans, Rev. Eldrldge Nar- 
ron 

CLAYTON FIRST BAPTIST— None 

CLYDES CHAPEL— Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Strickland, Mr. M. R. Kesler, Mr. R. S. Phipps, Mr. 

Nevell Dabbs, Mrs. Mozelle Spell; Alternates: Mrs. Delia Medlin, Miss Verna Phipps, Mr. 

Titus Painter, Mrs. Nettie Dean 
CORINTH BAPTIST— Rev. and Mrs. James Bock, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Johnson, Mrs. Carl 

Glover; Alternates: Mrs. Wilbur Pulley, Mrs. Eugene Hinton 
CRESTWOOD— Rev. and Mrs. N. R. Demchak and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grice 
FAITH BAPTIST — Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. David Howell and Mr. Leo Newsome 
FOUR OAKS BAPTIST— Jack Calwell, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moore, Mrs. B. B. Creech, Mrs. Jesse 

Keen, Edison Temple and Douglas Johnson 
HALES CHAPEL BAPTIST— Mr. and Mrs. Will Creech, Mrs. Douglas Brown, Mrs. James Leonard 



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HEPHZIBAH BAPTIST— Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Howell, Mr. and Mrs. William Whitfield, and 
Jimmy Woodard 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST— Rev. Mike Moore and Mrs. Judy Moore, Mr. Chester Capps, 

Mrs. Charlotte Jones, Mr. Terry Wade and Mrs. Lena Mercer 
HOOD'S GROVE BAPTIST— Mrs. Maggie Jackson, Mrs. Lena Lee, Mrs. Cleo Hood 
KENLY BAPTIST— None 

LEE's CHAPEL — Mrs. A. D. Driver and Mr. A. D. Driver and Mr. Joe Faison 
LIVE OAK— Chloe Scott, Josephine Creech, Retha Hinton, Hoyt M. Lock 
LYLES BAPTIST— Muriel Dean Heath and Larry Rains 

MICRO FIRST BAPTIST— Mr. and Mrs. W. Arthur Boykin, Mr. and Mrs. Pervy Parrish, Mr. and 
Mrs. Arthur Braswell 

MIDDLESEX MISSIONARY BAPTIST— Mr. and Mrs. John Brantley, Rev. and Mrs. William B. 

Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Morris, Mr. Cecil Corbett and Mrs. Nancy Lewis 
NEWTON GROVE BAPTIST— None 

NOBLES CHAPEL— Mn and Mrs. Thad Sharp, Mrs. Pearle Glover and Mr. Reuben Strickland 
NORTH SMITHFIELD— Mr. Lloyd McLeod and Mrs. Edith Dees 

OLIVERS GROVE— Mr. L. H. Allen, Mrs. Teresa Allen, Mr. Carl C. Moore, Mrs. Johnny Moore, 
Mrs. Alene Love, Miss Glenda Love, Miss Lanie Tyner, Mrs. Johnnie Price, Mrs. Annie 
Johnson and Mrs. Worth Johnson 

PARRISH MEMORIAL— Tony Medlin, Johnny Medlin, Elmer Pilkington, Shirley Thornton, 
Lunerva Coggins 

PAULINE BAPTIST— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Guy 

PINE LEVEL BAPTIST— H. F. Radford, D. E. Woodard, Mrs. Doc R. Oliver, Mrs. Ben Parker, 
Clyde Mozingo, Ben Parker 

PINKEY BAPTIST CHU RCH— Norwood Mitchell, Earl Hales, Wayne Pittman 

PISGAH BAPTIST— Rev. Donald Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin 
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Howard 
Stephenson, Blake Thomas, and Bolton Jones 

PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST— Mr. Alton Johnson, Mr. Brant Johnson, Mr. Troy Buffkins, Mrs. 
Shirley Byrd, Mr. Charles Gregory, Mrs. Claudia Brown 

PRINCETON BAPTIST— Rev. Horace Ricks, Mr. J. G. Brown, Mr. J. F. Daughtry, Miss Alberta 
Boyette, Mrs. Eliza Olive, Mrs. Nota Williamson, Mrs. H. E. Massengill, and Mrs. A. F. Holt 

SARDIS BAPTIST— Mrs. Delphia Whitley, Mrs. Ranson Grice, Mrs. Helois Daughtry, Mrs. Han- 
nah Creech 

SELMA BAPTIST — Rev. and Mrs. D. Wayne Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Williams, Miss Annie 

Vick and Mrs. Hettie Smith 
SHARON BAPTIST— Dr. Kenneth Thrasher, M. B. MacLeod, Mr. Fletcher Ford, Henry Whitley, 

Carolyn Tharrington, Lois Whitley, Signa Castleberry 
SHILOH BAPTIST— Rev. and Mrs. Tommy Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Coats, Mr. and Mrs. 

Glenwood Parrish 

SMITHFIELD FIRST BAPTIST— John Ryberg, E. S. Simpson, M. A. Morgan, George Mast, Mrs. 
William Barnes, Mrs. Lynn Barry, Bill Perry, William Perry, Susan Wilkins, and Steve 
Williams 

STEPHENS CHAPEL— Mr.and Mrs. Jerry Oliver and Mr. and Mrs. Landis Howell 
THANKSGIVING— Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Woodard, Rev. Frank Grant 
and Mrs. R. E. Earp 

TRINITY BAPTIST— Dr. Budd E. Smith, Rev. John C Grant, Wilbor Alford, Mrs. Ludie Alford, 

Mrs. Thennie Barefoot 
WATKINS CHAPEL— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Driver 

WHITE OAK BAPTIST— Rev. C. W. Driver, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Mr. Garland Price, Mr. 

J. T. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Castleberry 
WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST— Mrs. Willie Garner, Mrs. Al Johnson, Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Mrs. 

Ethel Lamm, Mrs. Harvey Stuckey 



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Constitution 



ARTICLE I.— NAME 
The name of this association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II.— PURPOSE 
The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, expansion, 
and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such immediately con- 
tiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgement of the association; to promote 
unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches; and to further the spirit of cooperation 
with the Baptist work in general as set forth by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III.— MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of messengers from the affiliated 
churches. The number of messengers from each church shall be as follows: Four messengers 
for the first one hundred members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger for each 
additional hundred members or major fraction thereof. Such messengers shall be duly cer- 
tified in the annual letters sent by the churches to the annual meeting of the association. The 
courtesies of the floor may be extended at the discretion of the body to representatives of our 
denominational interests, and also to ministers and members of other Christian organizations. 

ARTICLE IV.— NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the Executive 
Committee, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until the next 
annual meeting of the association, at which time the new church may be voted into the mem- 
bership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and voting. Application for 
membership into the association shall be filed with the Associational Council six months 
prior to the annual meeting of the association. 

ARTICLE V— MEETINGS 

The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday in October 
at such place as was decided at the preceding annual meeting, in case of emergency, the Ex- 
ecutive Committee shall have authority to make changes in either time or place of meeting, as 
may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI.— AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperative body for the purpose of fellowship, promotion, 
and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church with reference 
to its own government or internal policy. However, the association may upon invitation of the 
church send a committee to counsel with and advise that church. 

2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a written 
request. 

3. The association may withdraw fellowship from a church for a just cause upon recom- 
mendation of the Associational Council and upo'n approval by the Executive Committee and 
by a majority vote of the members of the association present and voting. 

ARTICLE VII.— OFFICERS 

1. The general officers of the association shall be a Moderator, Vice-Moderator, a Clerk, a 
Treasurer, and a Historian, each elected to a one-year term at the annual meeting of the asso- 
ciation, and a Director of Missions who is not subject to annual election. 



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2. The Moderator snail preside over sessions of the association and shall act as chairman of 
:he Executive Committee. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence of the Moderator. 
The Clerk shall record, print, and distribute the Annual of the body. The Treasurer shall 
receive and disburse all funds of the association subject to its order. The Historian shall record 
events of historical interest in the work of the association and shall promote the preservation 
of associational and church records. The Director of Missions shall have general oversight of 
the work of the association and shall give his support to the officers and committees of the as- 
sociation, and shall be available to work and counsel with the churches of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The committee 
shall submit its report during a designated business period on the last day of the associational 
session immediately following the report further nominations may be made from the floor. In 
event of further nomination for an office, nominations for that office shall be voted on in- 
dividually. The newly elected officers of the association shall take office upon adjournment of 
the associational session. 

4. The Directors of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the Nominat- 
ing Committee each year. These shall be Associational Sunday School Director, Associational 
Church Training Director, Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director, Associational 
Brotherhood Director, Associational Music Director and Associational Director of Library Ser- 
vices. The Directors of the Program Services departments shall be elected by the Executive 
Committee in the June meeting. They shall then meet as a group, with the Nominating Com- 
mittee to select their slates of officers who shall be elected at the September meeting of the 
Executive Committee. These officers shall assume office at the beginning of the associational 
year. The officers of these organizations shall constitute the Council of the respective 
organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII.— COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual meeting of the association, the Moderator shall appoint the following 
committees: Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Committee on Time, 
Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Committee on Resolutions; Evangelism Com- 
mittee; Christian Life Committee; Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who 
upon invitation of the local church, may assist the church in examining candidates for the 
ministry in regard to personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and Baptist practice. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational programs dur- 
ing the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. The denominational pro- 
grams to be represented are as follows: Baptist Colleges, Christian Literature, the Cooperative 
Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist Hospital, Children's Homes, Homes for 
the Aging, and American Bible Society. The Moderator working with the Committee on Order 
of Business, shall have the privilege of designating other individuals for the promotions of 
specific causes as such need arises. 

ARTICLE IX.— EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1. The association shall have an Executive Committee which shall be charged with the 
responsibility for carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all work 
authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of the work of 
the Executive Committee shall be presented at the annual session of the association. 

2. The Executive Committee shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pastor (pro- 
vided the latter is a member of the church he represents), and one lay member of each church 
elected for a one-year term from October 1 to September 30; the following general officers of 
the association: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian; also the following 
department officers: Associational Sunday School Director, Associational Church Training 
Director, and Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director, Associational Brotherhood 
Director, Associational Muisc Director, and Associational Director of Library Services. 

3. The Executive Committee shall have the following officers: Chairman (who shall be the 
Moderator of the Association), Vice-Chairman (who shall be the Vice-Moderator of the Asso- 
ciation), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the Association), Recording Secretary (who 
shall be the Clerk of the Association). 



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4. The Executive Committee shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time and place it 
may designate, and such called meetings as the officers may deem necessary for a stated pur- 
pose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all members. 

5. The Executive Committee shall have an Associational Council composed of the general 
officers and the heads of the departments of the association. The Moderator of the association 
shall serve as chairman of this committee and the Vice-Moderator shall serve as vice-chair- 
man, and Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the Executive 
Committee, and in such called meetings as the Council officers may deem necessary. It shall 
coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations to the Executive Commit- 
tee about programs and promotion of the work of the association. 

7. The Executive Committee shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance Com- 
mittee at its first meeting of the associational year, of which the Treasurer shall be a member. 
This committee shall survey the needs of the association as presented by the organizations, 
and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval by the Executive Committee. The 
budget adopted by the Executive Committee shall be included among the recommendations 
of the committee to the association. The Budget and Finance Committee shall also promote 
the effective operation of the current budget in cooperation with the associational Treasurer. 

8. The Executive Committee may name such other committees as it may deem wise for 
carrying on its work. 

ARTICLE X.— AMENDMENT OR REVISION 

This Constitution may be amended or revised at any annual session of the association by a 
two-thirds (2/3) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the proposed 
amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the Executive Committee and 
approved by a two-thirds (2/3) majority of that committee present and voting; and provided 
that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on the first day of the annual 
meeting of the association, but shall not be voted on until the second day of the meeting. Any 
amendments or revision shall take effect immediately upon adoption. 

By-Laws 

1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with Scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual reports 
nail conform to the dates of the fiscal year. 

3. The Executive Committee of the association is charged with the responsibility of having 
le financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or accountant once 
ich year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: All departments and institutions of 
e Baptist State Convention; the Librarians of the N. C. Baptist Colleges and the Southern 
iptist Theological Seminaries; Secretary of Survey and Statistics. Baptist Sunday School 
>ard, Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist Historical Society, and other organizations and 
cieties which may desire and request them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be Roberts Rules of 
der. 

Proceedings 

Monday Evening — October 21, 1974 

. The Seventy-Second Annual Session of the Johnston Baptist Association assembled at 
:utt Memorial Baptist Church on Monday Evening, October 21, 1974, at 7:30 p. m. with the 
derator M. B. MacLeod presiding. 



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2. Billy Ray Creech led the congregation in singing "Send the Light." 

3. Mike Moore welcomed the members of the association to Hocutt Memorial Baptist 
Church. 

4. The assembly enjoyed special music by the Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church Choir, "The 
Cross Made the Difference for Me" and Medley of Hymns" 

5. Hoyt Lock presented the Order of Business and presented the program for the Seventy- 
Second Annual Session and moved adoption of the program for the annual meeting of the As- 
sociation subject to such change as necessary. The program was unanimously adopted. 

Program 

OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION: 

Moderator — Mr. M. B. MacLeod, Jr., Sharon Church 

Clerk — Mr. George Mast, Smithfield First Church 

Treasurer — Mr. Edward Renfrow, Sharon Church 

Historian — Rev. Horace Ricks, Princeton Church 

Superintendent of Mission — Rev. R. E. Moore, Four Oaks Church 

Monday Evening, October 21, 1974 
Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church 

7:30 Worship 

Hymn Led by Billy Ray Creech and Organist from Hocutt Memorial 

Welcome and announcements, Mike Moore 

Adoption of Order of Business, Hoyt M. Lock 

Special Music, Hocutt Memorial Church 

Scripture and Prayer, Richard Swift 

Annual Sermon, Donald K. Horn 

8:15 Hymn, Billy Ray Creech 
Miscellaneous Business 
Recognition of Visitors and New Pastors 
Report on Cooperative Program, Troy Jones 
Missionary Message, Raymond Moore 
Report on the Christian Life Committee, John Ryberg 
Report of Superintendent of Missions, Raymond Moore 
(Emphasis on World Mission Conferences) 

9:30 Benediction 

Tuesday Afternoon, October 22, 1974 
Selma Baptist Church 

3:00 Hymn Led by Billy Ray Creech 
Scripture and Prayer, James Bock 

3:10 Associational Reports: 

Annuity Board, S. B. C, Fletcher Ford 

Sunday School, Tony Braswell 

Church Training, Hoyt M. Lock 

Womans Missionary Union, Mrs. L. R. Stanley, Jr. 

Brotherhood, Edison Temple 

Historian, Horace Ricks 

Library Services, Mrs. Jerry Wood 

3:50 Baptist Hospital, John C. Grant 



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N. C. Baptist Homes, Wayne Martin 

N. C. Baptist Foundation, Mrs. G. Tom Scott 

N. C. Baptist Childrens Homes, Mr. Carolyn Tharrington 

Christian Literature, Patrick Forbes 

4:30 Hymn led by Billy Ray Creech 
Miscellaneous Reports: 
Executive Committee, George Mast, Clerk 
Digest of Church Letters, George Mast, Clerk 
Committee on Ordinations, John Ryberg 
American Bible Society, N. R. Demchak 
Treasurer's Report, Edward Renfrow 
Building Planning Committee, Henry Whitley 
Budget and Finance Committee, Wayne Martin 

5:10 Memorials, Mrs. J. Ray Nowell 

5:15 Special Music, Selma Church 

Doctrinal Sermon — Dr. Stewart Newman 

5:50 Announcements and Recognition of Visitors 

Report of Time, Place and Preacher Committee, D. Elvin Johnson 
Report of Committee on Nominations, Horace Ricks 
Committee Appointments, Moderator Elect 

6:00 Benediction and Blessing of Evening Meal, Wayne Martin 

6:15 Evening Meal 

Tuesday Evening, October 22 
Selma Baptist Church 

7:15 Hymn led by Billy Ray Creech 

Scripture and Prayer, Thomas Pearce 
Resolutions Committee Report, Wayne Martin 
Report on Christian Higher Education, E. S. Simpson 
Message by Dr. Bud Smith 
Miscellaneous Business and Announcements 

8:00 Special Music, Sharon Church Youth Choir 
Message, Robert T. Mullinax 

8:45 Adjournment and Benediction 

Submitted by 

Order of Business Comm. 

Hoyt M. Locke, Chm. 

PASTORS OF THE CHURCHES 
OF THE JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Antioch— Kenneth D. Holland, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Baptist Center— Robert G. Brooks, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Baptist Tabernacle— Shuford O. Edwins, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Benson— Donald Price, 204 West Church St., Benson 27504 
Benson Grove— Billie Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart St., Clayton 27520 
Bethany— Vance Johnson, 526 Rice Circle, Wake Forest 27594 



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Bethesda — 

Beulah— James David Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Blackmans Grove— Roger D. Cope, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell— William F. Harrell, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Calvary— Ted Williams, Box 2121, Rocky Mount 27801 

Carters Chapel — Robert Barefoot, Rt. 4, Westview Smithfield 27577 

Cedar Grove— Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Clayton, First— Patrick N. Forbes, Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Clydes Chapel— M. Randolph Kesler, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Corinth — James Bock, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Crestwood— N. R. Demchak, Rt. 3, Box 480, Smithfield 27577 

Faith— Walter S. Jones, Box 152, Smithfield 27577 

Four Oaks— Jack V. Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel— W. Kenneth Wellmon, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah— Robert Leonard, Rt. 1, Box 177, Princeton 27569 

Hocutt Memorial — Mike Moore, Box 358, Clayton 27520 

Hoods Grove — Leonard Braswell, Rt. 3, Holland Drive, Smithfield 27577 

Kenly — James D. Tucker, Kenly 27542 

Lees Chapel — 

Live Oak— Hoyt M. Lock, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Lyles Memorial— H. Buel Creason, Box 415, Clayton 27520 
Micro— Thomas R. Edwards, Rt. 2, Box 330-E, Smithfield 27577 
Middlesex— William B. Taylor, Box 224, Middlesex 27557 
Newton Grove — 

Nobles Chapel— Guy C. Moore, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield— W. B. Shipp, Rt. 3, Box 286A, Smithfield 27577 

Olivers Grove— Billie Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart, Clayton 27520 

Parrish Memorial— Harold Medlin, Rt. 2, Box 280, Selma 27576 

Pauline— Niles Compton, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Pine Level — 

Pinkney— James Randolph Rowe, Rt. 1, Box 57, Dudley 28333 

Pisgah— Donald K. Horn, Rt. 1, Box 275, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove— Andrew B. Moon, Rt. 1, Box 214, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton — Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Sardis — 

Selma— D. Wayne Matartin, Box 446, Selma 27576 

Sharon— Kenneth Thrasher, P. O. Box 481, Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh — Thomas Pearce, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First— John Ryberg, Box 209, Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel— C. E. Clayton, Box 146, Pine Level 27568 

Thanksgiving — Frank Grant, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity— John C. Grant, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel— Richard Swift, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak— C W. Driver, Rt. 2, Box 587, Clayton 27520 

Wilsons Mills— Joseph C. Deaton, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 117, Smithfield 27577 

6. Richard Swift read scriptures from the Book of John, and then led the opening prayer. 

7. Reverend Donald K. Horn presented the annual sermon. The theme of his sermon was 
"Planning For Where We Are Going." He noted that the purpose of Pastors is to motivate their 
members and it is necessary that the members become involved with the people. Reverend 
Horn also made the following motions concerning the Johnston Baptist Association: 

1. Determine to observe "Celebration Sunday" for God's glory, not for self and self glory, 
but for the Lord, as a demonstration of our "Sharing the Word." 

2. Set a goal of 7,000 people in our Sunday Schools on Sunday, November 17, 1974. 

3. That each church be asked to set a goal for its Sunday School as soon as possible and 
begin right away publicizing and promoting "Celebration Sunday" on November 17. 

4. That each church in the association have its Pastor or Sunday School Director report 



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to the Director of Missions, Raymond E. Moore, the attendance in their Sunday School 
between the hours of 1:30 until 3:30 p. m., November 17, in order for Mr. Moore to 
give his report to Watts Line between the hours of 4:00 and 5:00 p. m. 
5. That we make a commitment to continue building enthusiasm for a growing Associ- 
ation, Churches and Sunday Schools that care for people. 

8. Billy Ray Creech led the congregation in singing "Bring Them In." 

9. Horace Ricks reported concerning the Constitutional Amendment Committee as 
follows: 

REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION REVISION COMMITTEE 

The Committee submits its report with the recommendation that the Constitution of the 
Johnston Baptist Association be amended in the following manner: 

1. That Article VII, section 2, line 7, the words, "The Superintendent of Missions" be 
amended to read "The Director of Missions." The sentence would read: "The Director of 
Missions shall have general oversight of the work of the association and shall give sup- 
port to the officers and committees of the association, and shall be available to work and 
counsel with the churches of the association." 

2. That Article VII, section 4, line 1, the words "Heads of the Departments" be amended to 
read "directors of the departments." The sentence would read: "The directors of the 
department of the association shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee each 
year." 

3. That Article VII, section 4, line 5, the words "The department heads" be amended to read 
"The directors of the Program Services departments." The sentence would read: "The 
directors of the Program Services departments shall be elected by the Executive Commit- 
tee in the june meeting." 

4. That Article VIII, section 1, line 4, be amended by striking the works "Church Library 
Committee." 

These persons are nominated by the Nominating Committee and are not appointed by 
the Moderator. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Horace Ricks 
M. B. McLeod 
Hoyt Lock 
R. E. Moore 

10. Reverend R. E. Moore recognized the new pastors as follows: Bethany— Vance Johnson, 
Burnell— William F. Harrell, Calvary— Ted Williams, Cori nth— James Bock' 
Hephzibah— Robert Leonard, Lees Chapel— Johnnie M. Davis, North Smithfield— W. B. Ship- 
pe, Shiloh— Thomas Pearce, Thanksgiving— Frank Grant and Watkins Chapel— Richard Swift. 

11. Dr. Nathan Brooks of Raleigh presented Report on Stewardship-Cooperative Program 
as set forth in the Book of Advanced Reports, as follows: 

1974 STEWARDSHIP-COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 

More than 5,000 missionaries at home and abroad depend on gifts through the Cooperative 
Program for a salary each month. Over 3,000 of these have a basic ministry of evangelism, with 
all of the others using their skills as nurses, teachers, doctors, etc. to meet human needs in 
order to bring these to Christ. Through the Cooperative Program you are helping the widow, 
the homeless child, the homeless aged, the sick, plus the ministries of preaching and teaching' 

Increasing the percentage given through the Cooperative Program is an excellent follow- 
through for the special offerings your church receives. 

Failure to have a good follow-through, in anything, would be frustrating at the least and 
tragic at the most. Failure to have a good follow-through when you are fishing would cause 
all of your fish to get away and this would be frustrating. It would be tragic not to have good 



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follow-through in a baptismal service. 

A good follow-through is the lifeline between good planning and good results. You will get 
excellent results if you plan well your special offerings and let your major emphasis be on the 
lifeline: YOUR COOPERATIVE PROGRAM. 

Would your church give more if you received more money? If so, you need to have a 
thorough stewardship program in your church. 

Last year 1,236 churches increased Cooperative Program giving by 10 percent or more over 
what they gave the previous year. Two of the associations in North Carolina had 100 percent 
of their churches giving through the Cooperative Program in 1973. These two associations 
were: Flat River and the Tar River. 
Will you do four things? 

1. Will you lead the church where you serve to increase Cooperative Program and associ- 
ational mission giving by 10 percent or more? 

2. Will you have a special prayer for your missionaries and other Cooperative Program 
causes during each service in your church during the October Cooperative Program 
prayer month? 

3. Will you send your check for Cooperation Program EACH MONTH to Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina, Post Office Box 26508, Raleigh, North Carolina 27611? 

4. Will you help us have a good stewardship workshop in your association next spring or 
summer, so we can: (1) Study recommendations for pastor and staff salary increases: (2) 
Get an overview of available program helps for each church in stewardship; and (3) 
Receive a report on where you are in YOUR GOALS for associational and Cooperative 
Program giving? 

12. The Missionary Message was presented by Reverend R. E. Moore. He read from the 
Book of Ephesians and spoke concerning the fellowship of member churches and the associ- 
ation. 

13. John Ryberg reported on the Christian Life Committee as follows: 

REPORT OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 
(Adapted from S. B. C. report by Foy Valentine) 

The Christian Life Commission worked during the past year to enlarge its services to 
Southern Baptist Churches in the development of Christian morality. 

Functioning specifically in family life, race relations, daily work and economics, Christian 
citizenship, and special moral concerns such as alcohol and other drugs, gambling, and por- 
nography, the Commission engaged in continuing study, research, and action to help 
Southern Baptists in applying Christian principles in daily life. 

Education and action in Christian social concerns continued through an extensive ministry 
of speaking and preaching, through an expanded emphasis on Christian citizenship develop- 
ment, through distribution of some ninety pamphlets and cassettes on applied Christianity, 
and through the preparation of curriculum materials for cooperating Baptist organizations. 
Thousands of churches across the Convention observed Race Relations Sunday in Febraury 
and Christian Citizenship Sunday prior to )uly 4. Churches are urged to use Christian Life 
Commission materials in observing these special occasions listed on the denominational 
calendar: Race Relations Sunday, February 9, 1975; and Christian Citizenship Sunday, June 29, 
1975. 

The Christian Life Commission conducts an extensive conference program to foster Chris- 
tian morality development among Southern Baptists. In the spring of 1973, a national seminar 
on "A Future for the Family" was conducted in Charlotte, North Carolina. In 1974, a national 
seminar on "Christians Confronting the Economic Crisis" was held in Houston, Texas. 
Materials from these seminars have been widely disseminated by radio, tapes, and through 
printed Proceedings. The next annual seminar will meet in Louisville, Kentucky, March 10-12, 
1975, to deal with integrity. Each summer the Commission sponsors conferences at each of 
the Convention Conference Centers. The 1973 conference program at Glorieta was "Southern 
Baptist Working for Criminal Justice" and at Ridgecrest, "Race: New Directions for a New 
Day." In 1974, the conference titles were "Christian Liberation for Contemporary Women" at 
Glorieta, and "The Bible and the Christian Life" at Ridgecrest. 



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The Commission's new literature, "Christian Life Style for Families" and "Christian Life Style 
for Youth," has been widely used throughout the Convention. Churches are urged to write 
the Christian Life Commission asking for a free illustrated order blank which describes all of 
the material on applied Christianity produced by the Commission for use in the churches. The 
Commission is also happy to send to churches and associations a free pamphlet entitled 
"Christian Life Committee Guidelines" when requested. 

Especially encouraging is the growing interest on the part of Baptist at the associational level 
in more faithfully applying the gospel. The Christian Life Commission is committed to "help- 
ing changed people change the world." The staff of the Christian Life Commission stands rea- 
dy to be of assistance to associations, local churches, and Christian individuals in developing 
Christian Life Committees and in maintaining a continuing emphasis upon applied Christiani- 
ty. 

In North Carolina the basic work of the Christian Life Council continues to be that of a 
resource, research and referral agency for North Carolina Baptists. The Council responds to 
daily inquiries from churches and individuals seeking to discover Christian insights for every- 
day living. 

The Council conducted a workshop last March entitled "Helping Churches Help Families." 
Over 1200 attended part of all of that workshop. 

The Council on Christian Life and Public Affairs consists of 16 persons who give guidance to 
the full-time director, Dr. Charles V. Petty. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Ryborg, Chairman 

14. Reverend R. E. Moore presented his Superintendent of Missions report as follows: 

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 

The past year has been a hard year in many respects. It was not easy for your Superinten- 
dent of Missions to adjust to the personal loss he suffered in the tragic death of his wife, 
Mareta. However, pastors and other Christian friends have been very helpful and considerate. 
Their prayers and God's grace made it easier to bear the loss and to adjust to the cir- 
cumstances. For the past several months, Oleta has also been a great help in the home and in 
the work in the associations. 

The Bible Study Cruise of last Summer was a real treat to your Superintendent of Missions 
and Mrs. Moore. Anticipating the trip, experiencing it and looking back on it have all been a 
blessing. It was an experience for which they will ever be grateful. 

Look back over the past year, the records reveal the following: Specific work done in the 
churches 26 times. 
Visits made to the churches — 125 
Associational meetings attended — 26 
Denominational causes presented to the churches: 

Cooperative Program 

Children's Homes Special Offering 

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for Foreign Missions. 

North Carolina Baptist Homes special offering 

Annie Armstrong Offering for Home Missions. 

North Carolina Baptist Hospital special offering. 

Special offering for State Missions. 

Associational Missions Week of Prayer. 

The following meetings were attended outside the association: 
Metropolitan Missions Conference at Southeastern Seminary. 
Brotherhood Workshop, New River Association 
Conference on Work with Mentally Retarded, Kinston. 
Baptist State Convention, Greensboro. 



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Superintendents of Missions and Convention Staff meeting, Raleigh. 
Conference on planning World Missions Conferences, Kinston. 
Meeting at Campbell College for Planning Bible teaching. 
Dedication of Baptist Building Annex, Raleigh. 
World Mission Conference, New River Association 
Sunday School Leadership Training, Raleigh. 
Statewide Evangelism Conference, Greensboro. 
W. M. U. State Convention, Winston-Salem. 
Stewardship Seminar, Goldsboro. 

Regional Brotherhood Planning, Raleigh and Training meeting, Durhan. 
Convocation on Associational Work, Ridgecrest, 5 days. 
Conference on Developmental Disabilities, Atlantic Beach, 5 days. 
Sunday School Briefing Meeting, Raleigh. 
Superintendents of Missions Conference, Fruitland. 

Conferences held: Group Conferences — 45, Committee — 23, Individual Conferences, esti- 
mated 232. Miles traveled in work — 17,329. 

Every opportunity to be of help to pastors, individuals or churches has been appreciated. It 
is a pleasure to see churches make progress in any area. It is indeed a pleasure to be able to 
feel that one has been of some help in helping to solve problems or of helping churches to 
plan for more efficient work. Your Superintendent of Missions desires to be helpful to 
churches in any way possible. He requests continued support of the churches through prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, R. E. Moore 

15. All of the preceding reports were unanimously approved. 

16. M. B. MacLeod, Moderator, presided over the Tuesday Session of the Seventy-Second 
Annual Session held at Selma Baptist Church on October 22, 1974. 

17. Billy Ray Creech led the assembly in singing "I Will Sing The Wondrous Story." 

18. James Bock read scripture and led in prayer. 

19. The Annuity Board was submitted by Fletcher Ford as follows: 

ANNUITY BOARD OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 

The Southern Baptist Convention Annuity Board paid out a record nearly $16 million in 
retirement and protection benefits during 1973. This means that in the Board's history, it has 
now paid out over $100 million in retirement and protection benefits. 

More than 9,000 retired pastors and other church-related vocational workers or their 
widows receive the benefits. 

In addition, the Annuity Board set another record. This one was for funds held in trust for 
those participating in retirement and protection plans while still in a active service. About 
38,000 pastors, other church staff and denominational agency employees are included. 

Funds held in trust exceed $350 million for the first time, President Darold H. Morgan re- 
ported. 

The Board issued another 13th Check, or extra benefit, for annuitants shortly before 
Christmas 1973. It amounted to two extra months' worth of benefits and totaled $1,187,379. 
The 13th Check helps annuitants, whose benefits are fixed, to meet the rising cost of living. 
Payment of the 13th Check is over and above the 12 contracted monthly benefits and de- 
pends from year to year on investment income. 

Board officials and national market experts expected the investment picture to brighten in 
1974 after a poor performance in the general stock market in 1973 resulted in a deep cut in in- 
come from investments. Investment income declined to $10 million in 1973 after hitting a 
record of more than $22 million the year before. 

The Board's decline in equity, or stock, investments paralleled the decline in the market 
generally, which affected all other types of investors as well. The major market indica- 
tors — Dow-Jones, Standard and Poor, and Value Line — all were down during the year. 



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By comparison, the Board's investment in mortgage loans and real estate lease-backs prov- 
ed to be profit-making for the year. In an effort to continue earning from real estate invest- 
ments, the Board announced a new type of Plan C investment called land equity loans. Plan C 
is the Boards variable benefit plan, which supplements the basic retirement program, called 
Plan A, for ministers. 

Additional information on the Annuity Board may be secured from Development Office, 
SBC Annuity Board, 511 North Akard Building, Dallas, Texas 75201. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fletcher Ford 

20. No Sunday School Report was presented in the absence of Tony Braswell. 

21. Hoyt Lock presented the Church Training Report as follows: 

REPORT ON CHURCH MIN ISTERIES AND TRAINING 

Three events of interest merit our attention as we look back for purpose of evaluating our 
associational year in the field of church training. 

On November 26, 1973 "M" Night was held at the Live Oak Baptist Church. This event was 
well attended and a good program was presented using a film and Johnston Baptist Associ- 
ational talent. 

Another event of importance was "Youth" Night held March 16, 1974 at the Trinity Baptist 
Church under the leadership of Dr. Jack Colwell. This event is always a highlight for the youth 
of our association. 

The third event coming under the heading of Church Training was held at the Pine Level 
Baptist Church on May 13, 1974. This event was a Reach Out clinic. Attendance at this meet- 
ing included 35 people from 10 of our churches. 

As we look forward to the year 1974-75 your Church Ministeries and Training Committee 
would like to see all our churches have a well planned January Bible Study. Again we en- 
courage each church to develop a program of doctrinal study along with new church member 
training. Also evangelism and stewardship should be stresses in all our churches. 

22. The Woman's Missionary Union report was presented by Mrs. Agnes Stanley as follows: 

REPORT OF WOMANS MISSIONARY UNION 

An associational leadership workshop was held in September of 1973 at Sharon Baptist 
Church followed by Women's Day of Prayer at Four Oaks Baptist Church in November. The 
Johnson WMU women voice and acted in the defeat of liquor by the drink in North Carolina. 

WMU Focus Week in February was observed with five women speaking on Morning Devo- 
tionals on a local radio station. Baptist Young Women and Men held a joint dinner and in- 
spirational meeting at Lee's Chapel. 

All age level directors held associational meetings for respective age level groups. 

The Associational WMU met in Clayton First Baptist Church and as an added interest each 
church brought Arts and Crafts for sharing idea's and enjoyment. Miss Sara Ann Hobbs and 
Mrs. J. L. Thomas spoke. 

WMU members wrote letters to Representatives in the General Assembly regarding 
Obscene literature and the bill was passed as Christian Action League recommended. 

Eleven age level Directors attended a workshop at Mundo Vista and held workshops at 
Lee's Chapel Baptist Church and Trinity Baptist Church for 1974-75 officers, leaders and other 
interested persons. 

The Associational WMU was presented the Distinguished Award which represents the 
highest level of work suggested by Southern Baptist WMU leadership. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Agnes Stanley 



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23. In the absence of Edison Temple no Brotherhood Report was submitted. 

24. Horace Ricks presented the Historian's Report as follows: 

REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN 

What is a history worth? Likely the answer depends upon the use one makes of it. A family 
history is interesting and helpful in having some basic information concerning one's ances- 
tors. 

A Church's history is important for the same reason. It has been said that an institution can- 
not be known unless it is know historically. If that is true, we need to be diligent in collecting 
recording and distributing the facts of our history. 

All of our churches have interesting histories. All of them have some chapters that are 
glorious and inspiring. But those momentous events need to be recorded and made available 
to the members of the congregation. 

A well-planned use of the facts of the history of a church can be helpful in creating pride in 
the past and in challenging persons in the present to great and noble achievements. 

The Historical Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist Historical 
Collection housed on the campus of Wake Forest University at Winston-Salem, North 
Carolina, are dedicated to the task of assisting the churches in collecting, preserving, and mak- 
ing materials available for the study and the writing of our Baptist history. 

The Collection is interested in procuring Church minutes, histories, news-letters, bulletins, 
special reports, associational terms, photographs of churches and associational property and 
other historical materials of any nature. 

The Baptist Collection functions upon the principal that Baptists must know their history in 
order to understand their heritage and world mission. Thus it seeks to serve individuals, 
churches, associations, the convention and its institutions to enable them to know Baptist 
history and to appreciate what it can do for them. 

As your historian, I would encourage churches to take the proper action to see to it that the 
church's history is collected, recorded and publicized in the congregation and sometimes in 
local newspapers. It is further suggested that the churches have a historian who is asked to 
prepare a chapter of the church history each year and that it be made available to the con- 
gregation in print. Also, make certain that copies of the church's history are deposited safely in 
more than one place. Then if one depository is destroyed, the records are still available. 

Let us resolve to preserve the record of a common heritage so that succeeding generations 
can know their churches historically. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Horace W. Ricks, Historian 

25. The report on Library Services was presented by Mrs. Floyd C. Price, Jr. Mrs. Price 
offered the services of the Committee in forming church libraries. 

26. A motion was made to approve all of the preceding reports, the motion was seconded 
and unanimously approved. 

27. John C. Grant reported on the Baptist Hospital as follows: 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

In spite of the growth in size and complexity at your North Carolina Baptist Hospital, the 
emphasis is still upon "ministering with skill and understanding." Evidence of this is a typical 
patient's remark recently: "From the head surgeon to the aide who handed me a glass of 
water, with all the doctors, nurses, people in business offices and chaplains in between, I was 
cheerfully given every personal consideration." 

Changes and additions continue to be made for the purpose of providing better hospital 
care. Renovation of the Progressive Care Unit has been completed, and the South and West 
Wings of the hospital building are now being renovated. Construction of the Ambulatory Care 
Unit is well under way and is scheduled for completion in the spring, or early summer, of 



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New discoveries continue to make possible better medical care. For example, a new EMI- 
Scanner is to be installed and is expected to be in use before the end of this year. This device, 
which enables and combines the use of x-rays and computers, will make it possible to detect 
brain tumors, blood clots, and strokes more accurately and more quickly. Scans can be com- 
pleted in about 30 minutes and the results can be available in another five minutes. There is 
no risk or discomfort involved, and the patient does not have to be admitted to the hospital. 

New approaches are also being made in the hospital's ministry to the emotional and 
spiritual needs of people. The division of Human Enrichment and Development, in the 
Department of Pastoral Care, is conducting retreats, seminars, and workshops designed to 
help appropriate the resources of the Christian faith to the various areas and experiences of 
life. The Pastoral Care Department has also opened its first satellite center, in Fayetteville, to 
offer counseling and training to people in that area. Your Cooperative Program gifts help to 
support these ministries. 

The School of N ursing graduated its last class in May. The school has been in the progress of 
phasing out for the past three years, as the result of a trustee decision made in 1971. 

In January the hospital had its only room rate increase in the Past three years. Nevertheless, 
the hospital continues to operate "in the black." The 1973 Mother's Day Offerings amounted 
to $375,000. At the time, our 1974 Mother's Day gifts are running ahead of the same time last 
year. These gifts are used to assist patients with the most urgent financial needs. A special 
committee of five Baptists from the Winston-Salem area assists personnel from the hospital 
Business Office and the Department of Denominational Relations in administering these 
funds. It would make us all happy to know that all of our churches would participate in this 
offering. To date, only 31 of our churches have made contributions. 

Your hospital staff, and the prople they serve, are grateful for your interest your prayers and I 
your financial support. May we of Johnston Baptist Association strive to do better in 1975. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John C. Grant 



Boyce Brocks further added to Mr. Grant's report that the Mother's Day offering was $13,- 
000.00 over last years and that the hospital needs our help. He noted that there was a great 
need for funds to continue the excellent service. 
28. Wayne Martin reported on the North Carolina Baptist Homes as follows: 

REPORT ON NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING 

As a Baptist, among the many vital ministries that you support are your North Carolina Bap- 
tist Homes for the Aging. For over 23 years now, you have had a part of serving hundreds of 
older people and making life much happier and secure for them. You have done so through 
two very helpful means of income: (1) The Special Offering for the Homes, received on the 
3rd Sunday of February each year: (2) The Cooperative Program. Gifts through these two 
sources have increased from year to year, and offerings for 1974 will perhaps exceed $350,000 
providing more than 30% of the budget needed to operate 5 resident Homes and Nursing 
Care Unit. 

God, through you, has blessed this ministry of our Baptist Homes in a remarkable way, lead- 
ing you to establish two Homes in Winston-Salem, Resthaven, and the Hayes Home, and the 
Nursing Care Unit, and three other Homes at Albermarle, Hamilton, and Yanceyville. In these 
Homes, 4 out of every 5 residents depend upon your love gifts and simply could not be cared 
for without your help. 

Of greatest significance during the past year, has been the decision by the Trustees of the 
Homes to establish a 6th Home in Western North Carolina, to be located in the city of 
Asheville on the Pearson Estate, a magnificently beautiful twenty-one acre site, overlooking 
the city, and with the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains in the background. A dedicated group 
of people in the Western Carolina area have organized the first initial phase of what will 
become, it is hoped a major State-Wide Fund raising effort to obtain the necessary money to 



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build this proposed Home, after approval by the General Board, and the Baptist State Conven- 
tion. Church groups are encouraged to visit the beautiful site on which the proposed Home 
will be built, and will be served lunch, if an appointment is made in advance. 

With the addition of a 6th Home for the Aging, with the spiraling cost of living, and the great 
and ever-increasing needs of older people, it is most urgent that our Baptist people be more 
generous than ever before in support for the Homes through the regular channels of the 3rd 
Sunday of February Offering, the Cooperative Program, and an over and above gift for the 
Western North Carolina Home. 

Ministry to an older person is a direct ministry as unto Christ Himself and is most pleasing to 
Him, we are sure! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wayne Martin 

29. The report on the North Carolina Baptist Foundation was presented by Mrs. G. Tom 
Scott as follows: 

THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC 

Realizing that one of the greatest sources of loss to the cause of Christ has been the death of 
Christians who leave their estates to heirs indifferent to Christ and His claims, Baptists of 
North Carolina, meeting in convention in 1919, authorized the establishment of the North 
Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. It was chartered in 1920 by the State as an agency whose du- 
ties included cultivation of Living Memorials, through gifts in life and in the writing of Chris- 
tian wills, and to administer such funds in behalf of the donor supporting any or all Baptist 
work, locally or convention-wide. 

Today, as during its early years, The North Carolina Baptist Foundation's Board of Directors 
is keenly conscious of the need of an enduring financial support for Baptist institutions and 
agencies. 

The value of Foundation assets is approaching two million dollars. During 1973-74, the 
Foundation received gifts amounting to $150,310.15. A major portion of these gifts was for the 
establishment of annuity trust funds, providing income to the donor or his survivor, with the 
residual beneficiary to be a Baptist institution, agency, or cause. 10.08% of all gifts received 
during the year will eventually benefit SBC causes beyond the State. 

Income distributed by the Foundation this year amounted to $47,858.74. Approximately $6,- 
700.00 of income was reinvested by the Foundation in accordance with instructions for the 
donors. 

There are various services offered by the Foundation, with two major ones being, the Life 
Income Trust and the Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust. Other services will be upcoming 
in the near future. Please contact Mr. Edwin S. Coates, Executive Secretary, The N. C. Baptist 
Foundation, Inc., P. O. Box 26508, Raleigh.North Carolina 27611, or phone: 919-833-1605, if 
we may be of service to you. 



DISBURSEMENTS OF FUNDS FROM INVESTMENTS INCOME 

A. N. C. Baptist State Convention $19,720.53 

B. N. C. Baptist Institutions, Agencies & Causes $19,902.56 

C. Southern Baptist Convention Institutions 

and Agencies (Direct) 3,092.75 

D. Baptist Churches 2,222.64 

E. Annuties 2,920.26 



Total paid out to Beneficiaries $47,858.74 

F. Reinvested Income: 

N. C. Baptist Foundation 6,740.41 

G. Paid Wachovia Bank for investment services 2.473.78 

$53,980.18 



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Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. G. Tom Scott 
Representative 



30. Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington reported on the North Carolina Baptist Children's Homes as 
follows: 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATIONS 

Eastern Area 

Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc. 
1974 

Child care in Eastern North Carolina can well be characterized as "A Shared Christian Ad- 
venture." We are sincerely trying to practice the theme of our 1974 Alumni Homecoming at 
Kennedy Home, which is "Doing the Will of God." 

A part of our Christian strength comes through the close relationship we seek to maintain 
with the Baptist churches and individuals who pray for us and support us in a variety of ways. 
You, in the associations, have helped us retain this warm fellowship by visiting our campuses 
at both Kennedy Home and Odum Home; by allowing us to visit with your pastor and their 
wives in special meetings to explain our program; by opening your homes and churches to 
our tour choirs on special occasions and by keeping up with our many activities through the 
pages of CHARITY AND CHILDREN. 

Your will be glad to know that our campuses are operating at capacity; that our foster 
homes are full; and that our children are making good use of their opportunities. A new cot- 
tage for twelve children and two staff residences will be completed by the end of the year. 

Because more and more troubled teenagers are being referred to us for care, we have 
started a new program on the Kennedy Home campus. Limited to only eight boys, it is design- 
ed to help them work through some of their deepest troubles by using the principles of group 
therapy. 

Our farm-food program continues to be of vital importance. Although feed and fertilizer 
cost have risen tremendously, the Lord has blessed us with a good season and all of our cot- 
tage and staff people are preserving as much food as possible to fight the rising cost of infla- 
tion. 

A special campaign is in progress to increase the services available at Odum Home. Support 
for a recreation building and two family-style cottages is being sought in a nine county area 
surrounding Pembroke. A year ago our first campus integration occurred, with the placement 
of a Black child at Odum Home. Our success in involving and ministering to Black children 
has continued at Kennedy Home in 1974. The program of therapy at the McNeill Cottage, lo- 
cated at Indian Beach, continues to be one of the meaningful benefits which all of our 
children in group care homes enjoy. 

We desperately need your prayers and loving support as we face the pressures of an uncer- 
tain economy, rapidly spiraling costs, and the need to serve children whose personal prob- 
lems are most intense. 

Mr. Roger Williams, Director of Kennedy Home, spoke briefly and thanked the Association 
for the continued support. 

31. The Oral Christian Literature report was given by Patrick Forbes. He stated that THE 
BIBLICAL RECORDER was one of the best sources of Chrisitan literature. Mrs. Marse Grant 
spoke briefly about THE BIBLICAL RECORDER and about other groups who are raising funds 
and promoting other doctrines. 

32. A motion was made and seconded that the preceding reports be approved. It passed 
unanimously. 

33. Billy Ray Creech led the assembly in singing. 

34. The Constitution Revision Report submitted earlier by Horace Ricks was unanimously 
approved. 

35. The Executive Committee Report was submitted by George B. Mast, Clerk, as follows: 



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REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



The Executive Committee held four meetings during the year. Charged with the respon- 
sibility of carrying on all business of the association and promoting all work authorized by the 
association in the interim between annual meetings, the Committee has directed its efforts 
toward this end. The Executive Committee is composed of officers of the association, pastors 
serving churches of the association, and one lay representative from each church of the asso- 
ciation elected by the church. 

M. B. MacLeod, moderator, presided over all meetings of the Executive Committee, with the 
exception of one which was held at Sharon Baptist Church. 

A brief resume of the Committee's work is as follows: 

1. The first meeting was held on January 15, 1974. Members heard reports from the 
organization directors and their plans for the forthcoming year or quarter. Special recog- 
nition was given for the association's work on the "Liquor by the Drink Bill." 

2. The second meeting was held March 26, 1974. Reports were received from all organiza- 
tion directors as well as forthcoming events for the next quarter. A special report was 
received from the building committee. 

3. The third meeting was held on June 24, 1974. Organizational plans and progress reports 
were presented. 

4. The fourth meeting was held September 24, 1974. Organization directors gave reports 
and reported past year's activities. The calendar of events for the forthcoming year was 
presented and approved. The budget for the year 1974-75 was presented. Nominations 
for officers in the organizations were presented and the officers were elected. Final plans 
for the World Mission Conferences to be held in the churches of the association October 
27-31 were presented. 

The minutes of the Executive Committee are available for review with respect to the 
specific work which has been done by the Executive Committee for the past year. Any mem- 
ber of the association is invited to review the minutes if he so desires. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George B. Mast, Clerk 

36. George B. Mast also presented a digest of the Church Letters. 

37. The Ordination Report was presented by John Ryberg as follows: The following men 
were examined and recommended for ordination: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS 

Jack Bailey, Baptist Tabernacle 
Harvey Pittman, Pinkey 
Harold Medlin, Parrish Memorial 
Eldridge Narron, Cedar Grove 
Leonard Braswell, Crestwood 
Franklin Grant, Thanksgiving 

Respectfully Submitted, 
John Ryberg, Chairman 

38. In the absence of N. R. Demchak, the written report of the American Bible Society was 
submitted for the Book of Advanced Reports as follows: 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY REPORT 

Supplying the millions of men, women and children who become new readers each year 
with Scriptures they can understand, is seen by the American Bible Society as one of the most 
pressing of the many challenges facing it today. 



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To bring the Word of God to every person in the world has, of course, always been the soul 
purpose of the Society. To do so it has engaged in hundreds of programs of Scripture transla- 
tion, publication and distribution by cooperating with churches and agencies that need Scrip- 
tures. But even with all these programs, the Bible Society is aware that a large part of the 
world's people are not being reached. 

Now there is GOOD NEWS FOR NEW READERS, a unique and extensive program that will 
provide special Scripture Literacy Selections on five graded levels, in 200 languages. It will ena- 
ble millions of people to read the Word of God for themselves for the first time. 

Over the next twelve years, 725, million Selections will be required at a cost of over $62,000,- 
000. Already two levels are complete in 112 languages. Their ready acceptance indicates the 
great spiritual hunger of the world's people and the need for these tools. 

The American Bible Society, working through the United Bible Societies, continues to be 
the primary source of the Scriptures for the missionary enterprise and remains constantly rea- 
dy to supply the Southern Baptists' Scriptural needs in the United States and abroad. 

In behalf of the Southern Baptist Convention and several of its state and local organizations, 
the American Bible Society has produced 16 special Scripture editions totaling over 3 million 
copies in 1973. The world total distribution for 1973 is up 14.1 per cent over 1972. 

The number of languages in which at least one book of the Bible has been published by Bi- 
ble Societies and other Christian organization increased by 26 in 1973 to 1,526. To date, com- 
mon-language Scriptures have been published in 36 languages. 

The world's best selling paperbook, "Good News for Modern Man," reached a total circula- 
tion of more than 43 million copies by the end of 1973. TEV translation work on the Old Testa- 
ment continues in preparation for the publication of the complete Bible in 1976. 

Distribution continues in the work for the blind with Scriptures in Braille, tape, and records. 
In missionary fields abroad, the American Bible Society is proving its effectiveness in areas of 
particular interest in countries where the Southern Baptist Convention has active missions. 
Scripture Literacy Selections are being used effectively to involve more of the population in 
the Word of God. 

The American Bible Society is most grateful for its close and continuing relationship with 
the S. B. C. The Society is facing growing need for knowledge of the Gospel. Therefore, the 
Society asks for continued support. 



Respectfully submitted, 
N. R. Demchak 



39. Edward Renfrow presented the Treasurer's Report as follows: 



REPORT OF TREASURER 



Statement of cash receipts and disbursements for period ending 9/30/1974 



Receipts: 

From the churches of the association 

Baptist State Convention 

Book Store 

Building fund 

Interest earned 

Pulpit supply 



Per Book 
$13,400.03 



Budget 1973/74 
$14,234.00 



416.00 
10.25 
1,751.95 
205.32 
245.00 



$16,028.55 



$14,234.00 



Disbursements: 
Salary — Superintendent of Missions 
Rent on house and office 
Travel expense 
Utilities — house and office 
Annuity and insurance 
WMU expense 



6,000.00 
1,200.00 
1,620.00 

720.00 
1,343.43 

654.81 



6,000.00 
1,200.00 
1 ,620.00 

720.00 
1 ,594.00 

500.00 



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Reconciliation of cash balances as of 9/30/74: 



388.03 425.00 

231.04 250.00 

102.05 375.00 



Office supplies and postage 
Equipment and repairs 
Convention expenses 

Vacation Bible School 107.71 100.00 

Annual meeting 135.26 100.00 

485.64 525.00 
75.00 100.00 
7.49 75.00 



Publishing of Annual (Minutes) 
Brotherhood expenses 
Sunday School expenses 

Clerk honorarium 75.00 

Stenographer 100.00 

Miscellaneous 200.00 

Church Training 75 00 

Music 5000 

Leadership workshops 50.00 

Personnel & training ' 10000 



$13,070.46 $14,234.00 



Cash in bank— October 9, 1973 

Regular checking $2,488.80 

Savings— Building Fund 2,715.10 $5,203.90 
Plus: 

Excess receipts over disbursements 2,958.09 

Cash in bank— September 30, 1974 

Regular checking 3,489.62 

Savings— Building Fund 4,672.37 

$8,161.99 $8,161.99 



Note — Contributions by churches will be recorded in the "Digest of church letters." These 
figures will be the figures reported by the Treasurer. They may not correspond to the 
figures reported by the churches on the church letters. 



40. All of the reports presented above were unanimously approved. 

41. Henry H. Whitley presented the following report of the Building Planning Committee 



REPORT OF THE BUILDING PLANNING COMMITTEE 



The Building Planning Committee consists of Henry H. Whitley, Chairman, George Mast, 
and Raymond Moore. This committee has been chosen in the past to select and purchase a 
lot for the future building of a headquarters building for the Johnston Baptist Association. We 
reported last year that we had visited several associations and examined the buildings that 
they occupy and we have been looking this year for suitable land in order that we may present 
this to you in this annual meeting along with a cost factor and a recommendation to build. 

We must report to you at this time that we have not found an acre of land in a suitable 
location that could be purchased for any reasonable price. We find the appraised value of this 
size plot to be from $5,000 to $10,000 in any reasonably good location around any of our 
central towns of the Association. Even at these costs, we have not found anything we felt wor- 
thy of recommendation to purchase. 

We believe that our best alternative at present is to look for an existing building with suffi- 
cient land to satisfy our parking needs. We feel that based on today's cost of building that we 
shall be better able to satisfy our need with existing structure. We do not believe that it would 
be wise to build since material and labor prices are at their peak and we recommend that we 



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continue saving to this building program until suitable properties present themselves. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Henry H. Whitley, Chairman 

42. The Budget and Finance Committee Report was presented as follows by Wayne Martin. 
The budget for the 1974-75 was unanimously approved. 

BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT 



PROPOSED BUDGET FOR THE YEAR 1974-1975: 
PERSONNEL: 

Superintendent of Missions salary 

Annuity and insurance 

Convention and conference expense 

Clerk honorarium 

Stenographer 



$6,600.00 
1,600.00 
400.00 
75.00 
100.00 
8,775.00 



OPERATING EXPENSES: 
Travel 

Rent — House and office 
Utilities — House and office 
Office supplies and expenses 
Office equipment and repairs 
Publishing of Annual 
Annual Meeting 
Miscellaneous 



1 ,900.00 
1,200.00 
1,000.00 
450.00 
250.00 
525.00 
100.00 
200.00 
5,625.00 



ORGANIZATIONS AND PROMOTIONS: 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Brotherhood 

Woman's Missionary Union 
Vacation Bible School 
Music 

Leadership Workshops 
Personnel training 



75.00 
75.00 
100.00 
750.00 
100.00 
50.00 
50.00 
100.00 
1,300.00 



WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCES 
Total Anticipated Expenditures 



4,500.00 
$20,200.00 



ANTICIPATED INCOME: 

Contributions from churches to budget 
Contributions for World Missions Conference 
to be paid by participating churches 

Total Anticipated Income 



$15,700.00 
4,500.00 



$20,200.00 



Submitted by: 

Budget and Finance Committee 
D. Wayne Martin, Chairman 



43. Mrs. J. Ray Nowell presented the memorials. 

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. . .YEA, THOUGH I WALK THROUGH THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF DEATH, I WILL 
FEAR NO EVIL; FOR THOU ART WITH ME, THY ROD AND THY STAFF THEY COMFORT 
ME. . . 



PSALMS 23:4 



44. "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" and "Blessed Assurance" were presented as special 
music. 



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Sn jfle 

ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH 


moriam 

CLAYTON FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mrs. Carolyn Whitley 


Mr. Delma Blinson 


Mr. Otis Parker 


Mrs. J. N. Stephenson 




Mrs. David Wilson 


DADTICT" rCMTCD 

bAr 1 lb 1 v_tlN 1 LK 


Mrs. Annie Mae Pleasant 


Mr. Carey Underhill 


Mrs. Richard White 


Mr. Felton Harriston 


Mrs. Lucile Hocutt 


BAPTIST TABERNACLE 


CLYDE'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mr. Wayne Parrish 


Mrs. Lavata P. Bussey 


Mrs. Estelle Williams 


Mr. (Jlit Creech 


CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mr. Andrew Batten-Deacon 


Mr. Leamon Hocutt 




Mr. D. E. O'Neal 


BENSON baptist church 


Mr. Flonnie Strickland 


Mrs. Mary Rabon 


Mr. Clarence O'Neal 


Mr. Allen W. Johnson 


Mrs. Cyndia Upchurch 


Mr. James A. Wood 


Mrs. Mary Ryals 


CRESTWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mrs. Iris Lee 


Miss Brookie Pleasant 


Miss Mary Turlington 




Mrs. Myrtle McLamb 


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 




None 


BENSON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 


FOUR OAKS BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mr. Junius Barbour-Deacon 


Mr. Earl Barbour 


BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mrs. Junie Stanley 


Mr<; M^nrv Hnrlop 
ivii j, i ^i cm IV-. y i i uu tc 


Mrs. John T. Wood 


Mr. Jessie Ryals 


Mr. W. Alton Massengill 


BETHESDA BAPTIST CHURCH 


HALES CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mr. David Barbour 


Mrs. Thelma Bunn 


Mrs. Flossie Crocker 


Mr. Douglas Parrish 


Mr. Jesse Adams 


Mr. Jeff Gordon 


Mrs. Kittie Adams 


Mrs. Hattie Strickland 


Mrs. Mae Corbett 




Mr. Jim Puckett 


HEPHZIBAH BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mr. Willie Braswell 


nri II a II D A DTICT r~ \ \ \ l r) l r 

BtULAH BAPIISI CHURCH 


Mrs. Laura Stafford 


None 


Mr. Charlie Pittman 




Mr. Milton Woodard 


BLACKMAN'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 




None 


HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 




Mr. Johnnie Faison 


BURNELL BAPTIST CHURCH 




None 


HOOD'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 




Mrs. Clyde Bass 


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mr. Almon B. Hood 


Mr. T. H. Johnson, Sr. 


Mr. Harvey Stephenson 


CARTER'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 


KEN LY BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mrs. Bertha Mozingo 


None 


Mrs. Viola Thorne 






LEE'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 


CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 


Mr. H. C. Strickland 


Mr ft 1 onic Dpan; 

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LIVE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 

LYLES MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 

MICRO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Douglas Stallings 

MIDDLESEX MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHU 
Mr. Charley Overman 

NEWTON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Emma Austin 
Mr. Henry Strickland 

NOBLES CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Rosa Atkinson 
Mill Lealon Fulghum 
Mr. Elton Flowers 

NORTH SMITHFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Waylon Twigg 
Mr. Wade Norris 

OLIVERS GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Flossie Ryals 
Mr. Barry Allen 

PARRISH MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Hayden Creech 
Mrs. Pearl Pender 

PAULINE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. D. E. Adams 

PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 

PINKNEY BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 

PISGAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Elbert Johnson 
Mr. J. Y. Baker 
Mr. P. R. Jordon 

PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Ralph M. Moss 

PRINCETON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Maybelle Creech 
Mr. W. H. Price 
Mrs. Leo Tart 
Mr. Walter Benson 
Mrs. Annie Lee Worley 
Mrs. W. S. King 



SARDIS BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Robert P. Whitley 
Mr. L. F. Daughtry 

SELMA BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Julian V. Dean 
Mrs. Ola Eason 
Mr. Ed O'Neal 
Mr. N. G. Blackman 
Mr. E. C. Perry 

SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 

SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Chester Johnson 

SMITHFIELD FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. C. E. Olive 
Mr. J. A. Creech 
Mr. Wayne Burnette 
Mrs. C. L. Britt 
Miss Elsie Austin 
Mr. Joseph D. Talton 
Mrs. W. A. Williams 
Mr. C. W. Massey 
Mr. D. Cole Ray 
Mrs. Doris Medlin Starling 
Mrs. Dixie Howell 
Rev. Trov Jones 

STEPHENS CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. lola Thompson 

THANKSGIVING BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Otha Wall 

TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Luther H. Lee 
Mr. Wade H. Wood 

WATKINS CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. Valton Wilson 
Mr Alton Hinton 

WHITE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mrs. Lela Carroll 
Mrs. Mary Wall 
Mrs. Verona Murphrey 
Mr. Mile Johnson 
Mr. Billie Fowler 
Mr. Ekie Johnson 
Mrs. Evangeline Lee 
Miss Scarlette Thompson 
Mr. S. T. Wall 

WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST CHURCH 
None 



45. Dr. Stewart Newman, delivered the doctrinal sermon to the Associational Annual Meet- 
ing. Dr. Newman spoke concerning the doctrine of nature, the natural world and the physical 
universe. If we shut our eyes to what is going on in the world of science we are ignoring that 
which most people know much about. The Bible was written before most of the scientific 
developments. Therefore, the universe was ignored due to ignorance. An example of that is 
the word world which was taken out of context in most of the Bible for this reason. 

The miracles of Jesus have their place in the army of God, but they are not the dominant 
part. God does not intend to change the natural sequence of natural law of life. During the 
history of the church, church leaders gave religious answers to natural questions. The secular 
fantasy should have never existed. The world is beautiful and good if you live in it for Chirst. 

It is sinful to abuse the soil. We begin with the soil-up to the highest-the Lord. A noted 
Scientist stated, "The power of scientific technology has become so great that no religon can 
save men unless it brings men of science into its control." Dr. Newman further stated that our 
sanity is dependent upon a wonderful world of nature. 

46. Hubert Radford reported on the Time, Place and Preacher Committee as follows: 



The Committee On Time, Place and Preacher hereby submit our report: 

1. Time: The time for the 1975 annual session is the Monday and Tuesday following the 
third Sunday in October. 

2. Place: The place is Thanksgiving Church for the Monday Session and Hephzibah Church 
for the Tuesday Session. 

3. The Preacher: The preacher will be Dr. Harold White of Clayton and the Baptist State 
Convention. The alternate will be submitted later if required. 



47. The Nomination Committee Report was presented as follows by Patrick Forbes. This re- 
port was unanimously approved. 



48. Hoyt Lock reported on the Committee Appointments and they are listed in the front 
section of the annual. 

49. The benediction and blessing for the evening meal was given by Wayne Martin. 

50. Billy Ray Creech led the congregation in singing "To God Be the Glory." 

51. Scripture was read by Thomas Pearce from Matthew 28:16. He also led in prayer. 

52. The Resolutions Committee Report was given by Wayne Martin as follows: 

BE IT RESOLVED that we express our appreciation to our host churches for their 
generous hospitality. 

BE IT RESOLVED that we express our appreciation to M. B. MacLeod, George Mast, and 
Edward Renfrow for their Christian Spirit and their work for the association. 

BE IT RESOLVED that the messengers to the 72nd Annual Session of the Johnston Bap- 
tist Association express our appreciation to the program committee, to all lay persons 
and Ministers for their efforts in making this meeting an inspitation for all who. partici- 
pated in it. 

BE IT RESOLVED that the 1974 Annual of this 72nd meeting of the Johnston Baptist As- 
sociation be dedicated to Mrs. Lucile Hocutt, Clayton, North Carolina, a faithful servant 
of our Lord and a noted Baptist Christian of our County, and to Rev. Troy Jones, 



TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE REPORT 



Respectfully submitted, 
Hubert Radford, Chairman 



Moderator 

Vice-Moderator 

Clerk 

Historian 



Hoyt Lock 

John Marion Radford 

Horace Ricks 

. . Leata Allen Barnes 



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Smithfield, North Carolina, former pastor of churches of our association and resident 
of our city. 

53. E. S. Simpson reported on Christian Higher Education as follows: 

CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

While churches and colleges are not identical in their purpose, Baptist churches and Baptist 
colleges in North Carolina do their work in an atmosphere of mutual appreciation. In this 
sense, churches and colleges are partners. This active partnership includes Baptist Youth 
Corps, student-led worship and revival services, visits to the campuses by pastors and other 
leaders, participation of faculty and staff in associational and local church programs, and 
special projects of promotion on behalf of the Cooperative Program. 

Your seven Baptist colleges are grateful for the continuing financial support which they 
receive through the Cooperative Program. During 1974, approximately $2,350,000 will under- 
gird the work of North Carolina Baptist Colleges. At a very crucial and difficult time, these 
funds make a tremendous difference in the quality of programs offered by our schools. 

The colleges make a special effort to recruit North Carolina Baptist students through pastors 
and superintendents of missions. No qualified student will be turned away simply because of 
inability to pay. Baptist colleges are anxious to enroll the young people from our churches. 

After 20 years of effective leadership, Dr. Budd E. Smith resigned the presidency of Wingate 
College. On June 1, Dr. Thomas E. Corts of Georgetown, Kentucky assumed the presidency of 
the seventy-eight year old institution. Dr. Corts, the eleventh president of Wingate College, 
came to this position with excellent preparation and experience. 

Our colleges — Campbell, Chowan, Gardner-Webb, Mars Hill, Meredith, Wake Forest and 
Wingate — work together and with the Baptist State Convention through the Council on High- 
er Education. The Council office is eager to assist both the churches and the colleges in the 
promotion of understanding and cooperation as together they deal creatively with persons in 
the name of our Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, 
E. S. Simpson 

Dr. Bud Smith, past President of Wingate College spoke on Christian Higher Education and 
the importance of it in our world today. He noted that Christian Higher Education meant to 
him that it recognizes a human as an individual and gives one an opportunity. It gives en- 
couragement to the students and gives credit to a job well done. He suggested that we en- 
courage our young people to go to a Baptist College and to make Scholarships available to 
them. 

54. All of the above-presented reports were unanimously approved. 

55. The Evangelism Committee Report was presented by Andrew Moon as follows: 

REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

In conjunction with the State we promoted the attendance of Pastors and laymen at the 
State Evangelism Conference in February which was held in Greensboro, North Carolina. 

The Statewide Youth Evangelism night, also in Greensboro, North Carolina was a wonderful 
success. 

All the churches have been contacted by R. E. Moore to participate in the World Missions 
Conference that is to take place October 27 to 31, 1974. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Andrew Moon 

56. Edward Renfrow was duly elected to serve as Treasurer for the upcoming 1974-75 year. 

57. Special music was heard by the Sharon Baptist Church Youth Choir. 



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58. Robert T. Mullinax, Executive Director on Christian Higher Education spoke to the As- 
sociational Annual Meeting. Mr. Mullinax asked the question, "Why do we have Christian 
Education?" He stated that Christian Education may be much broader than we first imagine. 
He further asked, "what is the nature of Christian Education and answered that, it is the act of 
speaking truth and love. LOVE FOR TRUTH AND LOVE FOR PEOPLE." When Christian 
Education finds truth you share it. Mr. Mullinax further stated that Christian Education voices 
must remain free to speak openly to maintain a free society and that we should have the right 
to rebel with open voices. Further that the unique ministry which Christian Education affords 
to the young teaches Christian love and constructive concern for other people. 

MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 

Hales Chapel — Mr. Herman Hocutt, Box 1151, Zebulon 
Stephens Chapel — Mr. Walter Thompson, Norfolk, Virginia 

MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 

Antioch — Mr. Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 

Baptist Tabernacle — Mr. Lunsford Jack Bailey, Box 789, Wendell 

Crestwood — Mr. Leonard Braswell, Rt. 3, Smithfield 

Parrish Memorial — Mr. Harold Medlin, Rt. 2, Selma 

Pinkney — Mr. Harvey Pittman, Rt. 2, Pikeville 

Shiloh— Rev. Tommy Pearce, Rt. 1, Garner 

Thanksgiving — Rev. Frank Grant, Rt. 1, Selma 

ASSISTANT PASTORS 

Smithfield First Baptist— Rev. Steve Williams, Box 209, Smithfield 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF SPECIAL ENTEREST 

ANTIOCH BAPTIST — Built bell tower and front porch, Purchased new song books, water- 
cooler for the children, and new storm windows on educational building 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE— Ordination service for Mr. Lunsford Jack Bailey for the ministry. 
BENSON GROVE — New church pews and new pulpit furniture 
BETHANY— Homecoming 

BLACKMAN'S GROVE — Ronald Massengill ordained as deacon and book shelves were built 
in Pastor's study. 

CLAYTON FIRST BAPTIST— Property across street bought and donated to church by 

anonymous donor. 
CORINTH BAPTIST— Centennial Celebration 

CRESTWOOD BAPTIST— Mr. Leonard Braswell ordained; baby of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones 
dedicated. 

HALES CHAPEL BAPTIST— Mr. Herman Hocutt licensed to the ministry and Miss Bonnie Par- 
rish committed her life to full time Christian service. 

HOOD'S GROVE BAPTIST — Church interior painted, Lighted marquee given by Henry Hood 
in memory of Hood Family 

MICRO FIRST BAPTIST — Placed sidewalks, resumed landscaping, and bought fire proof file 
for vital records 

NOBLES CHAPEL — Dedication of baptismal painting of the Jordan River in memory of Mrs. 

Rosa Glover Atkinson and purchased new choir robes 
PARRISH MEMORIAL— Ordination of Mr. Harold Medlin 
PAULINE BAPTIST— Dedicated and paid for educational building 

PINKNEY BAPTIST — Began construction of Fellowship Hall and ordained Harvey Pittman to 
ministry 



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SARDIS BAPTIST— Constructed Fellowship Hall 

SELMA BAPTIST— Homecoming 1Q2nd Anniversary, June 2, 1974 

SMITHFIELD FIRST BAPTIST — Purchased land across from present building for future expan- 
sion 

THANKSGIVING— Ordination of Rev. Frank Grant 

WHITE OAK BAPTIST — Youth Program started and first paid youth director was employed 
WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST— Dedication of Public Address System by Major and Alma Jones 
family, rewired and repaired parsonage, reworked church basement floors, church sent 
Pastor to South America, and created another new Sunday School Class 



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Association 

JOHNSTON 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Training Union Director 

HOYT M. LOCK 


Address City State Zip 

Rt. 1 Selma N. C. 27576 




TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Simon Lee, Rt.1, Box 424, Smithfield 27577 


C. W. Tarlton, P.O. 1457, Smithfield 27577 


Richard Jones, Stancil St., Smithfield 27577 


TOTALS 


CHURCHES 


Pine Level 

Pinkney 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 

Smithfield, 1st 


Stephens Chapel 

Thanksgiving 

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TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 1974 


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JOHNSTON ; 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Brotherhood Director 

EDISON TEMPLE 


Address City State Zip 

Four Oaks N. C. 27524 




BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 




Ayden Lee, Rt.1, Clayton 27520 
Wade L. Barefoot, Rt.2, Dunn 28334 


Oliver Johnson, Rt.2, Selma 27596 

Billy Parrish, Rt.1, Box 50-B, Clayton 27520 


Nathan Peterson, Rt.3, (R.A.), Smithfield 27577 
Danny D. Heath, 306 N. 6th St., Smithfield 27577 
Jerry Durham, Rt.3, Four Oaks 27524 
Bob Brown, Rt.1, Zebulon 27597 


Gene Tart, Rt.2, Princeton 27569 

Eric Wall, 201 S. Moore St., Clayton 27520 


Joe Overman, Box 202, Middlesex 27557 


Thel Anderson, P.O. 1262, Smithfield 27577 




CHURCHES 


Antioch 
Baptist Center 
B. Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton, First 
Clydes Chapel 


Corinth 

Crestwood 

Faith 

Four Oaks 
Hales Chapel 


Hephzibah 
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Hoods Grove 
Kenly 

Lees Chapel 


Live Oak 
Lyles Memorial 
Micro, First 
Middlesex 
Newton Grove 


Nobles Chapel 
North Smithfield 
Olivers Grove 
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Association 

JOHNSTON 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Treasurer 

EDWARD RENFROW 


Address City State Zip 

Box 731 Smithfield N. C. 27577 


TREASURERS & ADDRESSES 


Fred Johnson, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Etta Mae Canady, 203 Blanche St., Clayton 27520 

Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

P. H. Denning, Jr., B-96, Benson 27504 

Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 


K. D. Stancil, Ht. 2, Kenly 27542 
Ray Jones, 411 Wellons, Smithfield 27577 
Malah McLamb, Rt. 4, Benson 27504 
Ronald Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Ivey Johnson, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


E. B. Williams, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Kenneth Anderson, Box 102, Micro 27555 
Henry F. Dail, 124 Bowell St., Wilson 27893 
James Cash, P. 0. 417, Clayton 27520 
L. C. Medlin, Jr., Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


0. Wyatt Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Lacy Wall, 206 Pace St., Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Marie Ricks, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Jesse Keen, Box 291, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. F. C. Vann, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Charles Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Shirley Bass, 706 E. Joyner, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2, Box 199, Benson 27504 

J. D. Bailey, Kenly 27542 

Oris Stallings, P. 0. 204, Middlesex 27557 


Mrs. Chloe Scott, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Muriel Heath, Pond St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Pervy Parrish, Box 251, Micro 27555 

Cecil Williford, Box 240, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. DeWayne West, Car. Dr., Newton Grove 28366 


Reuben Strickland, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 
Mrs. Hazel Whitley, 19 W. Wadell, Smithfield 27577 
Mathel Price, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
| Lester House. Rt. 2. Box 294, Princeton 27569 


CHURCHES 


Antioch 
Baptist Center 
Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton First 
Clydes Chapel 


Corinth 

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Hoods Grove 
Kenly 

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State 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Associational Treasurer 


EDWARD RENFROW 

Address City State Zip 

Box 731 Smithfield N. C. 27577 


TREASURERS & ADDRESSES 


Hubert F. Radford, Pine Level 27568 
Mrs. Durwqod Bailey, Rt. 8, Goldsboro 27530 
Alton Whitley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Charles Gregory, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
Earl S. Price, P. 0. 246, Princeton 27569 


Thurman D. Strickland, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
Hubert Allen, Poole Dr., Selma 27576 
Shelton Castleberry, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 
James E. Hall. Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
G. A. Allen, 401 S. 2nd, Smithfield 27577 


Joseph IM. Hatcher, Box 211, Princeton 27569 

Clifton Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

David Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Charles W. Creech, Rt. 1, Box 196, Zebulon 27597 

Charles Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 580, Clayton 27520 

Braxton Wood, Powell St., Smithfield 27577 


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Association 

JOHNSTON 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Superintendent of Missions (Associational Missionary) 

RAYMOND E. MOORE 


Address City State Zip 

P.O. Box 164 Four Oaks N. C. 27524 


CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 


Gail H. Brown, Rt. 2, Box 210, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Mary Chappell, Rt. 1, Box 59, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. J. Ray Nowell, Rt. 1, Box 283, Wendell 27591 
Mrs. Charles Turlington, Box 194, Benson 27504 
Mrs. Barry Barbour, Rt. 3, Box 400, Benson 27504 


0. B. Batten, Pt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Vickie Beasley, Rt. 1, Box 452, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Freddie L. Beasley, Rt. 2, Box 72, Dunn 28334 

Mrs. Herman Massengill, Rt. 2, Box 299, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Box 226, Four Oaks 27524 


Annie Morgan, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Roger Sutton, Rt. 2, Box 148, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Henry F. Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893 

Mrs. J. W. Lee, 258 S. Hardee St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. A. M. Johnson, P. 0. Box 684, Wendell 27591 


Mrs. W. F. Andrews, Box 312, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. Louis Wall, Rt. 3, Box 480, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Myrtle Ballard, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

James Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks, 27524 

Mrs. Dorothy F. Chamblee, Rt. 1, Box 66A, Zebulon 27597 


Mrs. Shelia Braswell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Roy Benson, P. 0. Box 625, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Rt. 2, Box 213, Benson 27504 

Mrs. H. V. Edgerton, Box 663, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Lessie Alford, Rt. 1, Box 449, Middlesex 27557 


Mrs. Retha Hinton, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Betty J. Evans, 41 1 Andrews, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Shelby Jean Barnes, Rt. 2, Box 272-A, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Frances B. Chamblee, Box 226, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Thomas Willard, Box 128, Newton Grove 28366 


Mrs. Charles Boykin, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 
Linwood Starling, 1024 Cherry, Smithfield 27577 
George Allen, Rt. 3, Box 404, Four Oaks 27524 
Bonnie Price, Rt. 3, Box 205, Selma 27576 
Josephine H^Wood, Rt^ 1 , Four Oaks 27524 


CHURCHES 


Antioch 
Baptist Center 
Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton, First 
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Corinth 
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Hephzibah 
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Kenly 

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Live Oak 
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North Smithfield 
Olivers Grove 
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JOHNSTON 

State 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Associational Superintendent of Missions (Associational Missionary) 


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City State Zip 

Four Oaks N. C. 27524 


Robert L. Thompson, Pine Level 27568 

Mrs. Judy M. Aycock, Rt. 2, Box 183A, Pikeville 27863 

Mrs. Christine Thompson, Rt. 1, Box 280, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Eva Austin, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Mrs. Elwood Evans, P. O. Box 215, Princeton 27569 


Mrs. Delphia D. Whitley, Rt. 2, Box 160, Smithfield 27577 
Bernard Proctor, 409 E. Eliz. St., Selma 27576 
Glenn Crocker, P. O. Box 731, Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Judy D. Coats, Rt. 1, Box 229-E, Garner 27529 
William Barnes, 21 1 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 27577 


Jerry F. Oliver, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Margaret Hinton, Rt. 3, Zebulon 27597 

Mrs. Bobby Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 598, Clayton 27520 

Norman Strickland, Rt. 3, Box 96B, Smithfield 27577 


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CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 


Tom Narron, Rt.1, Selma 27576 
Carey Harrison, P.O. Box 495, Clayton 27520 
Roy Yancey, Box 237, Wendell 27591 
Robert D. Warren, Box 445, Benson 27504 
Barry Barbour, Rt.3, Box 400, Benson 27504 


W. P. Whitley, Rt.2, Kenly 27542 

Jack Lee, Rt.1, Clayton 27520 

Malah McLamb, Rt.4, Benson 27504 

James Wm. Lee, Rt.2, Four Oaks 27524 

Nelson Johnson, Rt.3, Box 226, Four Oaks 27524 


E. B. Williams, Rt.2, Dunn 28334 

A. C. Grady, Rt.2, Selma 27576 

Henry F. Dail, 124 Boswell, Wilson 27893 

A. M. Johnson, P.O. 684, Wendell 27591 


Allen Shrum, 402 N. Sharpe, Selma 27576 
Graham Ballard, Rt.3, Selma 27576 
Ward Temple, Rt.3, Four Oaks 27524 
Bill Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


John H. Lee, P.O. 504, Clayton 27520 
W. A. Hood, Rt.2, Box 212, Benson 27504 
O. W. Raper, Kenly 27542 
Floyd Bunn, Rt.1, Middlesex 27557 


Vernon Edwards, Rt.1, Selma 27576 
Henry Woodell, Rt.1, Clayton 27520 
Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt.2, Selma 27576 
Gary Fulghum, Box 221, Middlesex 27557 
Maddrey Bass, Car. Dr., Newton Grove 28366 


Thad Sharpe, Jr., Rt.1, Sims 27880 
James Braswell, 17 E. Dail, Smithfield 27577 
George Allen, Rt.3, Box 404, Four Oaks 27524 
Ray Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555 




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B. Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackmans Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
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Lees Chapel 


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Newton Grove 


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North Smithfield 
Olivers Grove 
Parrish Memorial 
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Church Directory 



DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES 
NAME OF CHURCH DIRECTOR'S NAME AND ADDRESSE 

ANTIOCH— Erdene Narron, Route 1, Middlesex, N. C. 

BAPTIST CENTER— Mrs. Mary Chappell, Route 1, Box 58, Clayton, NC 27520 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE— Miss Le Ann Yancey, Box 237, Wendell, NC 27591 
CARTERS CHAPEL— Miss Linda Brown, Route 2, Selma, NC 27576 
CLAYTON FIRST BAPTIST— Mrs. Wilson Champion, 330 W. Stallings, St., Clayton, NC 
CLYDE'S CHAPEL— Miss Verna Phipps, Route 1, Wendell, NC 27591 
CORINTH BAPTIST— Mrs. Wilbur Johnson, Route 1, Zebulon, NC 27597 
CRESTWOOD— Miss Susan Wall, 206 Pace Street, Smithfield, NC 27577 
FAITH BAPTIST— Mrs. Ruth Howell, North Webb Street, Selma, NC 27576 
FOUR OAKS BAPTIST— Mrs. Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks, N. C. 27524 
HALES CHAPEL— Miss Bonnie Parrish, Route 1, Zebulon, N. C 27597 
KENLY BAPTIST— Mrs. Lulu Jolliff, Kenly, NC 27542 

LEE'S CHAPEL— Mrs. Mike Wimberly, Route 1, Box 81, Middlesex, N. C. 27557 
LIVE OAK— Miss Amy Lock, Route 1, Selma, NC 27576 

MIDDLESEX MISSIONARY BAPTIST— Mrs. Joe Lewis, Box 257, Middlesex, NC 27557 
PARRISH MEMORIAL— Mr. Tony Medlin, Route 3, Selma, NC 27576 
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST— Mrs. Z. B. Parker, Route 3, Selma, NC 27576 
PISGAH BAPTIST— Mrs. Alton Whitley, Route 3, Box 107, Smithfield, NC 27577 
PLEASANT GORVE— Miss Diane Campbell, Route 1, Angier, N. C. 27501 
PRINCETON BAPTIST— Miss Erma Lee Woodard, Box 267, Princeton, NC 27569 
SELMA BAPTIST— Mrs. Virginia Baker, 502 Richardson St., Selma, NC 27576 
STEPHENS CHAPEL— Mrs. Thomas G. Daughtry, Route 3, Selma, NC 27576 
TRINITY BAPTIST— Mr. Carl D. Peacock, Route 2, Benson, N. C. 

ORGANIST (OR PIANIST IF NO ORGANIST) 

NAME OF CHURCH ORGANISTS' NAMES AND ADDRESSES 

ANTIOCH BAPTIST— Lou Belle Davis, Route, 1, Middlesex, N. C. 
BAPTIST CENTER— Mrs. Willa Stanley, Route 1, Box 8, Clayton, NC 27520 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE— Mrs. Kenneth Nowell, Route 3, Wendell, NC 27591 
BENSON BAPTIST— Miss Wilhelmina Utley, W. Main Street, Benson, NC 27504 
BENSON GROVE— Mrs. Charles Parrish, Route 1, Angier, N. C. 
BETHANY— Trudie Massey, Route 2, Kenly, N. C 27542 

BETHESDA BAPTIST— Mrs. Yvonne Benson, Route 4, Box 68, Smithfield, NC 27577 
BEULAH BAPTIST— Miss Flonnie S. McLamb, Route 4, Benson, NC 27504 
BLACKMAN'S GROVE— Mrs. Ronald Massengill, Route 2, Four Oaks, NC 27524 
BURN ELL BAPTIST— Mrs. Pat Walker, Route 3, Benson, NC 27504 
CALVARY BAPTIST— Teresa Barefoot, Route 2, Dunn, NC 28334 
CARTERS CHAPEL— Miss Sherry Johnson, Route 2, Selma, NC 27576 
CEDAR GROVE— Mrs. Bertis Deans, Route 1, Sims, NC 27880 

CLAYTON FIRST BAPTIST— Mr. Jim Elmore, 709 S. Magnolia Ave., Dunn, NC 28334 
CLYDES CHAPEL— Miss Verna Phipps, Route 1, Wndell, NC 27591 
CORINTH BAPTIST— Miss Connie O'Neal, Route 1, Zebulon, NC 27597 
CRESTWOOD BAPTIST— None 

FAITH BAPTIST— Mr. Vernon Ricks, 1002 S. Pollock St., Selma, NC 27576 
FOUR OAKS BAPTIST— Mrs. Carolyn Price, Four Oaks, NC 27524 
HALES CHAPEL BAPTIST— Mrs. Bill Creech, Route 1, Zebulon, NC 27597 
HEPHZIBAH BAPTIST— Grace Peedin, Route 1, Princeton, N. C. 27569 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL— Mrs. Debbie Lewis, Route 2, Raleigh, NC 27610 



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HOOD'S GORVE BAPTIST— Mrs. Donald Parker, Route 2, Box 199, Benson, NC 27504 
5 CENLY BAPTIST— Mrs. R. A. Simons, Kenly NC 27542 

.EE'S CHAPEL— Mrs. Randy Lee, Route 1, Box 154, Zebulon, N. C. 27597 
UVE OAK BAPTIST— Mrs. Linda Creech, Route 1, Selma, NC 27576 
LYLES MEMORIAL BAPTIST— Mrs. Charlie Knowl 

MICRO FIRST BAPTIST— Mrs. Lloyd Batten, Jr., Route 2, Selma, NC 27576 

MIDDLESEX MISSIONARY BAPTIST— Mrs. Barbara N. Strickland, Box 57, Middlesex, NC 

NEWTON GROVE BAPTIST— Mr. Thomas A. Williford, Box 128, Newton Grove, NC 28366 

NOBELS CHAPEL— Mrs. Carl D. Glover, Route 1, Sims, NC 27880 

NORTH SMITHFIELD— None 

OLIVERS GROVE— Miss Lannie Tyner, Route 3, Four Oaks, NC 27524 

PARRISH MEMORIAL— Mrs. Ray Woodard, Box 225, Micro, NC 27555 

PAULINE BAPTIST— Mrs. Janice Gregory, Route 3, Four Oaks, NC 27524 

PINE LEVEL BAPTIST— Mrs. C. F. Godwin, Pine Level, NC 27568 

PINKNEY BAPTIST— Miss Janet Collier, Route 1, Kenly, NC 27542 

PISGAH BAPTIST— Mrs. Grace Stevens, 102 East Rose Street, Smithfield, NC 27577 

PLEASANT GROVE— Mrs. Brant Johnson, Route 3, Benson, NC 27505 

PRINCETON BAPTIST— Mrs. Cecil Johnson, Box 335, Princeton, NC 27569 

SARDIS BAPTIST— Mrs. Connie Langston, Route 2, Smithfield, NC 27577 

SELMA BAPTIST— Mrs. Melba Woodruff, 101 N. Green Street, Selma, NC 27576 

SHARON BAPTIST— Carolyn Crocker, Route 2, Box 178A, Selma, NC 27576 

SHILOH BAPTIST— Vernie Mae Adams, Route 1, Garner, NC 27529 

SMITHFIELD FIRST BAPTIST— Mr. Thad Hardee, 411 Woodall St., Smithfield, NC 27577 

STEPHENS CHAPEL— Mr. J. V. Wellons, Jr., Route 2, Smithfield, NC 27577 

THANKSGIVING— Mrs. Jeanette Price, Route 1, Selma, NC 27576 

TRINITY BAPTIST— Mrs. Christopher Barefoot, Route 2, Benson, NC 27504 

WATKINS CHAPEL— Miss Teresa Creech, Route 1, Zebulon, NC 27597 

WHITE OAK BAPTIST— Mrs. Glenn Moore, Route 2, Box 586, Clayton, NC 27520 

WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST— Mrs. Willis Creech, Route 3, Smithfield, NC 27577 

LAY REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATION AL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

ANTIOCH— Worth Brown, Route 2, Box 210, Selma, NC 27576 

Bobby Hinton, Route 1, Middlesex, N. C. 
BAPTIST CENTER— Mr. Lawrence Canady, 203 Blanche St. Clayton, NC 27520 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE— Mr. Bruce Johnson, 114 Sycamore St., Zebulon, N. C. 
BENSON BAPTIST— None 
BENSON GROVE— None 

BETHANY— Mr. and Mrs. James Creech, Route 2, Selma, NC 27576 
BETHESDA BAPTIST— None 

BEULAH BAPTIST— Mr. Malah McLamb, Route 4, Benson, N. C. 27504 

Mr. Wade L. Barefoot, Route 2, Dunn, NC 
BLACKMAN'S GROVE— Lawrence Massengill, Route 2, Four Oaks, NC 27524 
BURNELL BAPTIST CHURCH— Mr. Josephus Johnson, Willow Springs, N. C. 
CALVARY— Mr. E. B. Williams, Route 2, Dunn, NC 28334 
CARTERS CHAPEL— None 
CEDAR GROVE— None 
CLAYTON FIRST BAPTIST— None 
CLYDE'S CHAPEL BAPTIST— None 

CORINTH BAPTIST— Mrs. Carl Glover, Route 1, Zebulon, NC 27597 
CRESTWOOD BAPTIST— None 

FAITH BAPTIST— Mr. W. G. Ricks, Route 3, Selma, NC 27576 

FOUR OAKS BAPTIST— Mr. Douglas Johnson, Route 2, Box 44F, Four Oaks, NC 27524 
HALES CHAPEL BAPTIST— Mr. Herman Hocutt, P. O. Box 1151, Zebulon, NC 27597 
HEPHZIBAH BAPTIST— Waylon Howell, Route 1, Princeton, N. C. 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST— Mr. Chester Capps, 1328 W. Main St., Clayton, NC 27520 
HOOD'S GROVE BAPTIST— None 



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KENLY BAPTIST— None 

LEE'S CHAPEL— Mr. Louis Driver, P. O. Box 204, Middlesex, N. C. 27557 
LIVE OAK BAPTIST— Billy Ray Creech, Route 1, Selma, NC 27576 
LYLES BAPTIST— Mr. Ralph Southerland, Box 117, Garner, N. C. 
MICRO FIRST BAPTIST— None 

MIDDLESEX MISSIONARY BAPTIST— Mr. John Brantley, Box 211, Middlesex, N. C. 27557 
NEWTON GROVE BAPTIST— None 

NOBLES CHAPEL— Mr. Charles B. Boykin, Route 1, Sims, N. C. 27880 
NORTH SMITHFIELD— None 
OLIVERS GROVE— None 
PARRISH MEMORIAL— None 

PAULINE BAPTIST CHURCH— Mr. Earl Lee, Four Oaks, N. C. 27524 

Mr. Eugene Guy, Route 2, Four Oaks, 27524 
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST— Mr. Harold Peeden, Route 3, Selma, NC 27576 
PINKNEY BAPTIST— Mr. Norwood Mitchell, Goldsboro, N. C. 
PISGAH BAPTIST— Mr. Alton Whitley, Route 3, Box 107, Smithfield, NC 27577 
PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST— Mr. Alton Johnson, Route 3, Raleigh, N.C. 
PRINCETON BAPTIST— Mr. J. G. Brown, Route 2, Princeton, N. C. 27569 
SARDIS BAPTIST— Mr. William Godwin, Jr., Selma, N. C. 
SELMA BAPTIST— Mr. John P. Hines, Selma, N. C. 

SHARON BAPTIST— Mr. Henry Whitley, Route 4, Smithfield, NC 27577 
SHILOH BAPTIST— None 
SMITHFIELD FIRST BAPTIST— 

Mr. Geoge Mast, 112 Riverside Drive, Smithfield, NC 27577 
STEPHENS CHAPEL— 

Mr. C. L. House, Route 3, Selma, NC 27576 
THANKSGIVING— Mr. S. C. Woodard, Route 1, Selma, NC 27576 
TRINITY BAPTIST— Mrs. Bertah J. Parrish, Route 2, Benson, N. C. 

Mr. Carl D. Peacock, Route 2, Benson, N. C. 
W ATKINS CHAPEL— Mr. Phillip E. Parrish, Box 211, Wendell, N. C. 27591 
WHITE OAK BAPTIST— Mr. Jake Barnes, Route 1, Box 349, Wendell, N. C. 27591 
WILSON'S MILLS— Mr. Braxton Wood, Powell St., Smithfield, NC 27577 



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JOHNSTON 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 1975 



ANNUAL 
of the 

JOHNSTON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
North Carolina 

Containing 

Proceedings of the 

SEVENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 

THANKSGIVING BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 20, 1975 

HEPHZIBAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 21, 1975 

Theme 

"LET CHRIST'S FREEDOM RING" 

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The next Annual Session will be held at 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 18, 1976 

AND 



SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 19, 1976 



Table of Contents 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTOR 

General Officers 

Sunday School Officers 

Church Training Officers 

Brotherhood Officers 

Music Officers 

Library Officers 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 

Standing Committees 

Representatives of Institutions and Agencies 

Messengers 

Constitution (Reprint as in 1974 Book of Minutes). 

Proceedings 

Map (To be reprinted in the middle of the book). . 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 

Assistant Pastors 

Historical Table 

STATISTICAL TABLES 

Table A Church Membership 

Table B Sunday School 

Table C Training Union 

Table D Church Music 

Table E Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F Brotherhood 

Table G Finances 

Table H Mission Expenditures 

Table I Special Information 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

Pastors of the Churches 

Directors of Library Services 

Organist (or Pianist) 

Lay Representatives on the Executive Committee. 



Associations! Directory 



loderator Hoyt Lock, Route 1, Selma, 27576 

ice Moderator John M. Radford, Selma, 27576 

Jerk Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton, 27569 

easurer Edward Renfrow, Box 731, Smithfield, 27577 

ijstorian Mrs. Leata Barnes, Clayton, 27520 

irector of Missions R. E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks, 27524 



ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



rector John D. Johnson, Route 1, Selma, 27576 

jbacher Improvement Director Doland Humphries, Pine Level, 27568 

IBS Director Joe Deaton, Route 3, Smithfield, 27577 

feschool Director Mrs. Robert Leonard, Route 1, Princeton, 27569 

Sssociate Preschool Director Mrs. R. E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks, 27524 

Children's Director Mrs. Joe Deaton, Route 3, Smithfield, 27577 

i^uth Director Robert Leonard, Route 1, Princeton, 27569 

dult Director J. G. Brown, Route 2, Princeton, 27569 

ut Reach Director Donald Horn, Route 1, Box 295, Smithfield, 27577 

ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

irector Hoyt Lock, Route 1, Selma, 27576 

dult Director W. B. Shipp, 19 E. Dail, Smithfield, 27577 

Duth Director Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks, 27524 

Children Director. Mrs. Bill Morris, Box 186, Middlesex, 27557 

[eschool Director Mrs. Robert Leonard, Route 1, Princeton, 27569 

ASSOCIATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 



irector Ben Parker, Pine Level, 27568 

A. Leader Eugene Tart, Route 2, Princeton, 27569 

lission Action Leader Walton Herring, Route 2, Princeton, 27569 

iission Study Leader 

ASSOCIATIONAL MUSIC OFFICERS 



irector Billy Rae Creech, Route 1, Selma, 27576 

irector of Youth Music Miss Winkie Earp, Route 1, Selma, 27576 

irector of Children's Music Mrs. Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks, 27524 



ASSOCIATIONAL LIBRARY OFFICERS 

ifirector Mrs. Virginia Baker, 502 Richardson Street, Selma, 27576 

onsultant Mrs. Budd Smith, Route 2, Benson, 27504 

ASSOCIATIONAL WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

(irector Mrs. Doc R. Oliver, Box 98, Pine Level, 27568 

Associate Director Mrs. R. E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks', 27524 

aptist Women's Director Mrs. William Barnes, Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield, 27577 

aptist Young Women's Director Miss B. Jaye Bunn, Route 3, Zebulon, 27597 

jcteen Director Mrs. Jan Barry, Hancock St., Smithfield, 27577 

iris in Action Directors Miss Nancy Daughtry, Route 1, Princeton, 27569 



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Mission Friends Director. 
Mission Action Director. . 
Mission Support Director. 



Mrs. Bonnie Creech 

Mrs. Billy R. Blackmon 

Mrs. Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks, 27524 
Miss Millie Norris 



GROUP LEADERS: 

Group 1 — Mrs. Ethel Faison, Route 1, Middlesex, 27557 
Group 2— Mrs. R. E. Earp, Route 1, Selma, 27576 
Group 3 — Mrs. Clitus Hinton, Route 2, Princeton, 27569 
Group 4 — Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Route 3, Smithfield, 27577 
Group 5 — Mrs. Dalton Lee, Route 2, Four Oaks, 27524 
Group 6 — Mrs. Shirley Byrd, Route 1, Angier, 27501 
Group 7— Mrs. Leata Barnes, 1129 Main Street, Clayton, 27520 
Group 8 — Mrs. Sam Narron, Route 1, Middlesex, 27557 

Mitchiner Loan Fund Committee: Mrs. F. E. Allen, Mrs. Joe Parrish, Mrs. S. E. Powell 
Nominating Committee: Mrs. Ralph Pittman, Mrs. Shirley Byrd and Miss B. Jaye Bunn 



ASSOCIATIONAL COMMITTEES FOR 1975-76 

Appointed by Moderator Hoyt Lock, Hephzibah Baptist Church 
October 21, 1975 



COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS: 

Donald Horn, Chairman, Route 1, Box 295, Smithfield, 27577 
Kenneth Thrasher, Box 481, Smithfield, 27577 
Iris Martin, Box 446, Selma, 27576 

Mrs. Hoyt Castleberry, 316 Wilson Mills Road, Smithfield, 27577 

Mrs. Merton Whitley, Route 2, Smithfield, 27577 
COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS: 

Kenneth Thrasher, Chairman, Box 481, Smithfield, 27577 

C. W. Driver, Route 2, Box 587, Clayton, 27520 

Shuford Edwins, Route 1, Wendell, 27591 

Mrs. William Barnes, Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield, 27577 

Mrs. Robert Leonard, Route 1, Princeton, 27569 

Leonard Braswell, Route 3, Holland Dr., Smithfield, 27577 
COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER 

Franklin Grant, Chairman, Route 1, Selma, 27576 

Harold Medlin, Route 2, Selma, 27576 

M. R. Kesler, Route 1 , Wendell, 27591 

M. B. MacLeod, Smithfield, 27577 
COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

Robert Brooks, Chairman, Route 1, Clayton, 27520 

Alton Johnson, Route 3, Raleigh, 27600 

Leon Williams 
CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

John Ryberg, Chairman, Box 209 Smithfield, 27577 

W. B. Shipp, 19 E. Dail, Smithfield, 27577 

Doland Humpheries, Pine Level, 27568 

J. A. Creech, Jr. 
REPORTER 

Steve Williams, Smithfield, 27577 
COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Mrs. Clarence Woodard. Route 1, Selma, 27576 
COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM 

Shuford O. Edwins, Chairman, Route 1, Wendell, 27591 

Joe Deaton, Route 3, Box 117, Smithfield, 27577 



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COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS 
Wayne Martin, Chairman, Selma, 27576 
Robert Leonard, Route 1, Princeton, 27569 
Joe Deaton, Route 3, Smithfield, 27577 
Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 
Mike Moore, Box 358, Clayton, 27520 
Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks, 27524 
Franklin Grant, Route 2, Benson, 27504 
Doland Humphries, Pine Level, 27568 

REPRESENTATIVES OF INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES 

BAPTIST COLLEGES— Budd Smith, Benson, 27504 
CHRISTIAN LITERATURE— Doland Humphries, Pine Level, 27568 
COOPERATIVE PROGRAM— Walter Jones, Smithfield, 27577 
BAPTIST HOSPITAL— Glenwood Brown, Route 2, Princeton, 27569 
N. C. BAPTIST HOMES— Donald Price, Benson, 27504 
CHILDREN'S HOMES— Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, Smithfield, 27577 
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY— N. R. Demchak, Smithfield, 27577 
BAPTIST FOUNDATION— Mrs. Lucille L. Ellis 
ANNUITY BOARD— Fletcher Ford, Smithfield, 27577 



MESSENGERS TO ASSOCIATION 

Antioch — Susie Narron, Violet Narron, Leon Whitley 

Baptist Center — Mr. Dick Lee, Mr. Tommy Doughtie, Mr. Ruffin Canady 

Baptist Tabernacle — Mr. & Mrs. Gary Hocutt, Mrs. Vivian D. Nowell, Mrs. Nellie Chamblee, 

Mrs. Vera Hocutt, Mr. Thurman Johnson, Mrs. Mable Batten 
Benson 
Benson Grove 

Bethany— O. B. Batten, Kate Batten, W. P. Whitley, Irene Whitley, Vick Cockrell, Blanch Bailey, 

Geraldine Carroll, Earl Brown, Joe Bicnell, Carol Bicnell 
Bethesda — Marion Hobbs, Mrs. Clyde Hobbs, Lloyd Godwin, Maybelle Giles, Mary Puckett, 

Carolyn Durham, Larry Harper, Gertie Thomas 
Beulah — Mr. Malah McLamb, Mr. Harris Thornton, Mrs. Harris Thornton 
Blackman's Grove — Mrs. Herman Massengill, W. D. Beasley, J. G. Lee, Mrs. W. D. Beasley, Mr. 

Charles Johnson, Mrs. Charles Johnson 
Burnell — Mr. T. H. Lassiter, Mrs. T. H. Lassiter, Mrs. Mayo Tart, Mrs. Lauriston Johnson, Mrs. 
Bobby Johnson 

Calvary — Mrs. Marie Denning, Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, Mr. E. B. Williams 

Carter's Chapel — Mr. A. C. Grady, Mr. Louis Edwards, Mrs. Louis Edwards, Mr. Clifton 

Woodruff, Mrs. Clifton Woodruff, Mr. Roger Sutton, Mrs. Roger Sutton 
Cedar Grove — 

Clayton First — Mrs. Hume Creech, Mrs. Leata A. Barnes, Mrs. M. W. Knott, Mr. M. W. Knott, 

Mr. Harvey Adams, Mr. Bert Strange, Mr. Harold White 
Clyde's Chapel — Rev. Randolph Kesler, Mrs. W. R. Dean, Sr., Mr. A. Nevell Davis, Miss Verna 

Phipps, Mrs. Z. V. Spells, Mrs. Roderick Strickland, Mr. Titus Painter, Mrs. Haywood 

Medlin, Mr. Rodney Phipps 
Corinth — Rev. James Bock, Mrs. Eugene Hinton, Mrs. Wilbur Johnson, Mrs. Leonard Bunn, 

Mrs. Wilbur Pulley 

Crestwood — Rev. N. R. Demchak, Mrs. N. R. Demchak, Mr. Russell Simmons, Mrs. Russell 
Simmons 

Faith — Mr. John Lewis, Mrs. John Lewis, Mr. W. G. Ricks, Mrs. W. G. Ricks, Mr. Leo Newsome 
Four Oaks — Rev. R. E. Moore, Mr. Jack Colwell, Mr. Linwood Daughtry, Mrs. R. E. Moore, Mrs. 

B. B Creech, Mrs. Eva Keen, Mrs. Prinzena Strickland 
Hales Chapel — Mr. Will Creech, Mrs. Will Creech, Mrs. Jesse Driver, Mrs. James Leonard 



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Hephzibah — Rev. Robert E. Leonard, David Wells, Gene Tart, Mr. Waylon Howell, Mrs. 
Waylon Howell 

Hocutt Memorial — Mike Moore, Judy Moore, Lena Mercer, Ray Benson, Frances Hatcher, 
Selmadine Tart 

Hood's Grove — Rev. Dennis Guy, Mrs. Dennis Guy, Mrs. Cleo Hood 
Kenly— 

Lee's Chapel — Mr. A. D. Driver, Mrs. A. D. Driver, Mr. joe Faison, Rev. Don Cashwell 
Live Oak — Mrs. Almetria Carter, Mrs. Eula Maidon, Mrs. Ola Stallings 
Lyles Memorial — john Ench, Thomas Woodell 

Micro — Rev. Leonard Braswell, Mrs. Shelby Jean Barnes, Mr. Arthur Braswell, Mrs. Arthur 
Braswell, Mr. Arthur Baykin, Mr. Perry Parrish, Mrs. Perry Parrish, Mrs. Essie Mae Crocker 

Middlesex — Rev. William B. Taylor, John Brantley, Mrs. John Brantley, Mrs. Doris Corbett, Mrs. 
Nancy Lewis 

Newton Grove — 

Nobles Chapel — Mr. Loomis Glover, Mrs. Loomis Glover, Mr. G. G. Richards, Mrs. Esther 

Bissitte, Mr. Ferby Fulghum 
North Smithfield— Rev. W. B. Shipp, Earl Whitley, Lloyd McLeod 

Oliver's Grove — L. H. Allen, Jerisha Allen, Mr. C. C. Moore, Mrs. C. C. Moore, Mrs. Glende 

Love, Miss Lanie Tyner, Mrs. Johnny Price, Rev. Worth Johnson, Mrs. Annie Johnson 
Parrish Memorial — Johnny Medlin, Darrell Bass, Alise Medlin 
Pauline — Hugh Allen, Earl Lee, Johnny Guy, Mrs. Willie Reynolds 

Pine Level— Mrs. Dock R. Oliver, Mrs. Linda Jones, H. F. Radford, Mrs. Ben Parker, Rev. D. T 

Humphries, Mrs. D. T. Humphries, Mrs. B. B. Parker, D. E. Woodard, Harold Pudin 
Pinkney — Mr. Mike Aycock, Mr. James Rowe 

Pisgah— Mrs. Leon Hobbs, Mrs. Walt Morgan, Rev. Donald Horn, Mrs. Nancy Janes, Mrs. Loii 

Olive, Mr. Douglas Wall, Mrs. Margaret Williams 
Pleasant Grove — Mr. Troy Buffkin, Mr. Charles Gregory, Mr. Brant Johnson, Mrs. Claudu 

Brown, Mr. Willie Marcom, Mr. Hector Langdon 
Princeton — Rev. Horace Ricks, Mrs. Bernard Lee, Mr. J. F. Daughtry, Mrs. J. F. Daughtry, Mrs. 

Nora Williamson, Mrs. Pearle Johnson, Mrs. Leonard Britt, Mrs. Herman Massengill 
Sardis — Robert Howell, Laura Byrd, Delphia Whitley, Inez Howell 

Selma — Rev. D. Wayne Martin, Mrs. D. Wayne Martin, Mr. Leon Williams, Mrs. Leon Williams^ 

Mrs. Annie Vick, Mrs. Hettie Smith, Mrs. Melba Woodruff 
Sharon — Dr. Kenneth Thrasher, M. B. MacLeod, Fletcher Ford, Carolyn Tharrington, Henry 

Whitley 

Shiloh — Mrs. Judy Edwards, Mr. Gene Coats, Mrs. Gene Coats 

Smithfield — John Ryberg, Steve Williams, M. A. Morgan, E. S. Simpson, Mrs. William Barnes, 
Mrs. J. R. Overby, Mrs. Ralph Pittman, Mrs. Jeanette Lassiter, Mrs. Jan Berry 

Stevens Chapel — Mr. Jerry F. Oliver, Mrs. Jerry F. Oliver, Mr. Sherrill Thompson, Mrs. Sherrill 
Thompson 

Thanksgiving — Mr. Willis Poole, Mrs. Willis Poole, Mr. Melvin Lynch, Mrs. Melvin Lynch, Mrs.j 

Louise Gordon, Mrs. Chellie Gordon 
Trinity — Dr. Budd E. Smith, Rev. John Grant, Wilbur Alford, Mrs. Garland Smith 
Watkins Chapel — Richard Swift, Ray Driver 

White Oak — Rev. C. W. Driver, Mrs. Delma Flowers, Mr. Jake Barnes, Mrs. Agnes Barnes, Mr J 

Hoyt Castleberry, Mrs. Hoyt Castleberry, Mrs. Nedra Richardson 
Wilson's Mills — Mrs. Harvey Stuckey, Mrs. Willie Garner, Mrs. Alfred Hicks, Mr. Alfred Hicks,! 

Mrs. Braxton Wood 



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Constitution 



ARTICLE I— NAME 
The name of this association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II— PURPOSE 
The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, expansion, 
and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such immediately con- 
tiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgement of the association; to promote 
unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches; and to further the spirit of cooperation 
with the Baptist work in general as set forth by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III— MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of messengers from the affiliated 
churches. The number of messengers from each church shall be as follows: Four messengers 
for the first one hundred members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger for each 
additional hundred members or major fraction thereof. Such messengers shall be duly cer- 
tified in the annual letters sent by the churches to the annual meeting of the association. The 
courtesies of the floor may be extended at the discretion of the body to representatives of our 
denominational interests, and also to ministers and members of other Christian organizations. 

ARTICLE IV.— NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the Executive 
Committee, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until the nexi 
annual meeting of the association, at which time the new church may be voted into the mem- 
bership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and voting. Application for 
nembership into the association shall be filed with the Associalional Council six months 
prior to the annual meeting of the association. 

ARTICLE V— MEETINGS 

The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after (he third Sunday in October 
at such place as was decided at the preceding annual meeting. In case of emergency, the Ex- 
ecutive Committee shall have authority to make changes in either lime or place of meeting, as 
may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI — AUTHORITY 

i| 1. The association shall be a cooperative body for the purpose of fellowship, promotion, 
^nd counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church with reference 

its own government or internal policy. However, the association may upon invitation of the 
'church send a committee to counsel with and advise that church. 

1 2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a written 
ijequest. 

J 3. The association may withdraw fellowship from a church for a just cause upon recom- 
mendation of the Associational Council and upon approval by the Executive Committee and 
by a majority vote of the members of the association present and voting. 

ARTICLE VII — OFFICERS 

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1. The general officers of the association shall be a Moderator, Vice-Moderator, a Clerk, a 
reasurer, and a Historian, each elected to a one-year term at the annual meeting of the asso- 
iation, and a Director of Missions who is not subject to annual election. 

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2. The Moderator sFSall preside over sessions of the association and shall act as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence of the Moderator. 
The Clerk shall record, print, and distribute the Annual of the body. The Treasurer shall 
receive and disburse all funds of the association subject to its order. The Historian shall record 
events of historical interest in the work of the association and shall promote the preservation 
of associational and church records The Director of Missions shall have general oversight of 
the work of the association and shall give his support to the officers and committees of the as- 
sociation, and shall be available to work and counsel with the churches of the association. 

3. The'general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The committee 
shall submit its report during a designated business period on the last day of the associational 
session immediately following the report further nominations may be made from the floor. In 
event of further nomination for an office, nominations for that office shall be voted on in- 
dividually. The newly elected officers of the association shall take office upon adjournment of 
the associational session. m 

4. The Directors of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the Nominat- 
ing Committee each year. These shall be Associational Sunday School Director, Associational 
Church Training Director, Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director, Associational 
Brotherhood Director, Associational Music Director and Associational Director of Library Ser- 
vices. The Directors of the Program Services departments shall be elected by the Executive 
Committee in the June meeting. They shall then meet as a group, with the Nominating Com- 
mittee to select their slates of officers who shall be elected at the September meeting of the 
Executive Committee. These officers shall assume office at the beginning of the associational 
year. The officers of these organizations shall constitute the Council of the respective 
organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII.— COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual meeting of the association, the Moderator shall appoint the following 
committees. Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Committee on Time, 
Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Committee on Resolutions; Evangelism Com- 
mittee Christian Life Committee; Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who 
upon invitation of the local church, may assist the church in examining candidates for the 
ministry in regard to personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and Baptist practice. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational programs dur- 
ing the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. The denominational pro- 
grams to be represented are as follows. Baptist Colleges, Christian Literature, the Cooperative 
Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist Hospital, Children's Homes, Homes for 
the Aging, and American Bible Society. The Moderator working with the Committee on Order 
of Business, shall have the privilege of designating other individuals for the promotions o 
specific causes as such need arises. 

ARTICLE IX.— EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1. The association shall have an Executive Committee which shall be charged with thj 
responsibility for carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all wort 
authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of the work o 
the Executive Committee shall be presented at the annual session of the association. 

2. The Executive Committee shaii be composed of either the pastor or interim pastor (pro 
vided the latter is a member of the church he represents), and one lay member of each churcr 
elected for a one-year term from October 1 to September 30; the following general officers o 
the association: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian; also the following 
department officers: Associational Sunday School Director, Associational Church Traininj 
Director, and Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director, Associational Brotherhooc 
Director! Associational Muisc Director, and Associational Director of Library Services. 

3 The Executive Committee shall have the following officers: Chairman (who shall be H 
Moderator of the Association), V.ce-Chairman (who shall be the Vice-Moderator of the Asso 
ciation), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the Association), Recording Secretary (wn< 
shall be the Clerk of the Association). 



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4. The Executive Committee shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time and place it 
may designate, and such called meetings as the officers may deem necessary for a stated pur- 
pose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all members. 

5. The Executive Committee shall have an Associational Council composed of the general 
officers and the heads of the departments of the association. The Moderator of the association 
shall serve as chairman of this committee and the Vice-Moderator shall serve as vice-chair- 
man, and Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the Executive 
Committee, and in such called meetings as the Council officers may deem necessary. It shall 
coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations to the Executive Commit- 
tee about programs and promotion of the work of the association. 

7. The Executive Committee shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance Com- 
mittee at its first meeting of the associational year, of which the Treasurer shall be a member. 
This committee shall survey the needs of the association as presented by the organizations, 
and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval by the Executive Committee. The 
budget adopted by the Executive Committee shall be included among the recommendations 
of the committee to the association. The Budget and Finance Committee shall also promote 
the effective operation of the current budget in cooperation with the associational Treasurer. 

8. The Executive Committee may name such other committees as it may deem wise for 
carrying on its work. 

ARTICLE X.— AMENDMENT OR REVISION 

This Constitution may be amended or revised at any annual session of the association by a 
two-thirds (2/3) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the proposed 
amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the Executive Committee and 
approved by a two-thirds (2/3) majority of that committee present and voting; and provided 
that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on the first day of the annual 
meeting of the association, but shall not be voted on until the second day of the meeting. Any 
amendments or revision shall take effect immediately upon adoption. 

By-Laws 

1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with Scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual reports 
shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year. 

3. The Executive Committee of the association is charged with the responsibility of having 
the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or accountant once 
each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: All departments and institutions of 
the Baptist State Convention; the Librarians of the N. C. Baptist Colleges and the Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminaries; Secretary of Survey and Statistics. Baptist Sunday School 
Board, Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist Historical Society, and other organizations and 
societies which may desire and request them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be Roberts Rules of 
order. 

Proceedings 



Monday Evening— October 20, 1975 

1. The Seventy-Third Annual Session of the Johnston Baptist Association met at 
I hanksgivmg Baptist Church on Monday, October 20, 1975, at 7:30 p.m. with the Moderator 
Hoyt Lock, Presiding. 



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2. Billy Rae Creech led the congregation in the singing of the hymn, "To God Be the Glo- 
ry." 

3. Frank Grant, host pastor, welcomed the members of the association. 

4. Donald Horn presented the Order of Business for the Seventy-Third Annual Session 
and moved adoption of the program for the annual meeting of the Association subject to 
change as necessary. The program was unanimously adopted. 



Proposed Program 



JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Monday Evening, October 20, 1975 
Thanksgiving Baptist Church 

7:30 Worship 

Hymn led by Billy Rae Creech and Organist from Thanksgiving 
Welcome and Announcements 
Adoption of Order of Business 
Special Music 

Scripture Reading and Prayer 
Annual Sermon 
Hymn led by Billy Rae Creech 
Miscellaneous Business 

Greetings from Representative of State Convention 
Recognition of Visitors and New Pastors 
Report of Director of Missions 
Special Music 
Evening Message 
Benediction 

Tuesday Afternoon, October 21, 1975 
Hephzibah Baptist Church 

Hymn led by Billy Rae Creech 
Scripture Reading and Prayer 
Associational Reports: 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Woman's Missionary Union 
Brotherhood 
Music 
Evangelism 
Historian 
Library Services 
3:45 Special Music 

Doctrinal Sermon 
4:20 Hymn led by Billy Rae Creech 
Miscellaneous Reports: 
Budget and Finance Committee 
Digest of Church Letters 
Report of Executive Committee 
Committee on Nominations 
Committee on Time, Place and Preacher 
Committee on Ordinations 
Treasurer's Report 
Committee Appointments 



8:10 



8:50 
9:30 



3:00 



3:10 



Frank Grant 
Donald Horn 
Nancy Earp 
Harold Medlin 
Harold White 



Ted Purcell 
Raymond Moore 
Raymond Moore 
Winkie Earp 
Dr. Raymond Brown 



Doland Humphries 

John D. Johnson 
Hoyt Lock 
Mrs. Doc R. Oliver 
Edison Temple 
Billy Rae Creech 
Shuford O. Edwins 
Mrs. Leata Barnes 
Mrs. Virginia Baker 
Billy Rae Creech 
Dr. Jack Colwell 



Edward Renfrow 
Horace Ricks 
Horace Ricks 
Horace Ricks 
Jack Colwell 
John Ryberg 
Edward Renfrow 
Moderator Elect 



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Memorials 

Institutions and Agencies: 

American Bible Society 

Baptist Children's Homes of N. C, Inc. 

Annuity Board, S. B. C. 

Baptist Foundation 

Baptist Hospital 

Christian Higher Education 

Christian Life Committee 

Christian Literature 

North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc. 

Hymn led by Billy Rae Creech 

Special Music 

Afternoon Message 

Announcements and Recognition of Visitors 
Benediction and Blessing of Evening Meal 

Tuesday Evening, October 21 
Hephzibah Baptist Church 



Mrs. Josephine Creech 

N. R. Demchak 
Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington 
Fletcher Ford 
Mrs. G. Tom Scott 
John C. Grant 
Dr. Budd Smith 
John Ryberg 
Robert Leonard 
Wayne Martin 

Nancy Jones 
William A. Poole 



Hymn led by Billy Rae Creech 
Scripture Reading and Prayer 
Resolutions Committee Report 
Report on the Cooperative Program 
The Film — "Rope of Sand" 
Message 

Miscellaneous Business and Announcements 

Hymn led by Billy Rae Creech 

Special Music 

Closing Message 

Benediction and Adjournment 



W. B. Shipp 
Wayne Martin 
Walter Jones 

Charles Wiggs 



Hephzibah Baptist Church 
Dr. Edward H. Pruden 



PASTORS OF THE CHURCHES 
OF THE JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION: 

Telephone 

Antioch — (Interim) W. C. Atkinson 

Baptist Center— Robert G. Brooks, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 553-7302 

Baptist Tabernacle— Shuford O. Edwins, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 365-6586 

Benson— Donald Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504 894-3275 

Benson Grove— Billie Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart, Clayton 27520 553-6091 

Bethany— C Vance Johnson, 526 Rice Circle, Wake Forest 27587 556-1157 

Bethesda— John O. Waller, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 553-6431 

Beulah— James D. Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 892-5757 

Blackman's Grove— LeRoy Witt, Rt. 3, Box 72, Clayton 27520 553-5582 
Burnell — 

Calvary— Ted Williams, 526 Arlington, Rocky Mount 27801 446-3807 

Carter's Chapel-Robert Barefoot, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577 934-2064 

Cedar Grove— Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 269-8703 
Clayton First — (Supply) Harold White 

Clyde's Chapel— M. Randolph Kesler, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 365-6969 

Corinth— James Bock, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 365-6576 

Crestwood— N. R. Demchak, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 934-8494 

Faith— Walter S. Jones, Box 152, Smithfield 27577 934-8661 

Four Oaks— Jack V. Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 963-2664 

Hales Chapel— William E. Davis, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 269-8580 



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Hephzibah — Robert Leonard, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 965-5886 

Hocutt Memorial — Mike Moore, Box 358, Clayton 27520 553-7935 

Hoods Grove— Dennis Guy, Rt. 1, Box 88, Faison 28341 267-3186 

Kenly — James D. Tucker, Box 663, Kenly 27542 284-3183 
Lee's Chapel— Donald Cashwell, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak— Hoyt M. Lock, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 965-5826 

Lyles Memorial — John R. Ench, Box 415, Clayton 27520 553-6868 

Micro— Leonard Braswell, Rt. 3, Holland Dr., Smithfield 27577 934-3960 

Middlesex— William B. Taylor, Box 224, Middlesex 27557 235-4049 
Newton Grove — Kenneth D. Helms, Jr., 438 Judson, Wake Forest 27587 

Nobles Chapel— Guy C. Moore, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 235-4101 

North Smithfield— W. B. Shipp, 19 E. Dail, Smithfield 27577 934-5713 
Oliver's Grove— Billie Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart, Clayton 27520 

Parrish Memorial— Harold Medlin, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 965-8755 

Pauline— Niles Compton, Rt. 4, Benson 27504 894-3238 

Pine Level— Doland T. Humphries, Pine Level 27568 965-3163 
Pinkney— James R. Rowe, Rt. 2, Box 244, Fremont 27830 

Pisgah— Donald K. Horn, Rt. 1, Box 295, Smithfield 27577 934-7765 
Pleasant Grove— Kemp Young, Rt.1, Box 214, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton — Horace Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 936-5631 
Sardis— Otis Darnell, 328 W. Avenue, Wake Forest 27587 

Selma— D. Wayne Martin, Box 446, Selma 27576 965-8985 

Sharon — Kenneth Thrasher, Box 481, Smithfield 27577 934-8845 

Shiloh— Lewis Edwards, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 943-7521 

Smithfield First— John Ryberg, Box 209, Smithfield 27577 934-2204 
Stevens Chapel — (Interim) Fletcher Ford 

Thanksgiving— Frank Grant, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 965-8821 
Trinity— John C. Grant, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Watkins Chapel— Richard Swift, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak— C. W. Driver, Rt. 2, Box 587, Clayton 27520 553-7560 

Wilson's Mills— Joseph Deaton, Jr., Rt. 3, B. 117, Smithfield 934-6584 
Jonesboro (watchcare) — Leon Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 



5. Miss Nancy Earp brought the special music. She sang "How Beautiful Upon the Moun- 
tains." 

6. Harold Medlin read the Scripture from Ephesians 2:1-10 and led in prayer. 

7. Harold White, of the Baptist State Convention, brought the annual sermon. The theme 
of his sermon was: (1 ) A self fit to live with, See my self, "Search me, O God and try me and 
see if there be any wicked way in me." (2) Stay alive as long as we live. (3) Have a faith to live 

by. 

8. Billy Rae Creech led the congregation in the hymn, "I Stand Amazed in the Presence." 

9. Horace Ricks, clerk, reported on a request from the Jonesboro Baptist Church, Dunn, 
for membership in the Johnston Baptist Association that has been under the Watchcare of the 
association. He made a motion that we accept them into the full membership of the associ 
ation. The motion was approved unanimously. Members of the church were recognized and 
welcomed into the association. 

The Clerk made a motion that a committee be elected to study the needs of the association 
and to make regular reports to the Executive Committee and to the next Annual Session. The 
motion read as follows: "That the Executive Committee through the Nominating Committee 
be advised to recommend to the association in its Annual Meeting the nomination of a special 
committee for an in-depth study of the work in the Johnston Baptist Association with a 
special view to evaluating the need for office and conference facilities." The adoption of this 
report was unanimous. Mr. Ricks spoke to the report. 

10. Ted Purcell, Baptist Chaplain at N.C.S.U. in Raleigh, brought greetings from the Baptis 
State Convention. He told of the many ways he ministers to students on campus. He re- 
quested churches to send him names of our Baptist students on campus at N. C. State Univer- 



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sity. 

11. The Report of the Department of Campus Ministry was adopted. 

REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CAMPUS MINISTRY 

Although there are almost thirty of us attempting some distinctively Christian witness as 
Baptists or with BSU on the campuses of North Carolina, we know that we cannot do the job 
alone. 

There will be worship periods, study sessions, fellowship hours, Missions opportunities, 
outreach and witness groups, and attempts to make our faith "applicable" to college life from 
Cullowhee to Wilmington. Chaplains will be seeking to project a ministry to faculty, adminis- 
trators, internationals, married and graduate students as well as undergraduates. Students 
will give over $7,000 for missions and send their fellows around the world as witnesses. Bap- 
tist faculty and local pastors will join us in teaching, leadership training and deepening of 
Christian commitments. 

Of equal significance in reaching students, however, will be the worthy pastors, Sunday 
School teachers and other committed Christians in the churches from which these persons 
come. It is our hope to work together in a number of ways during the coming year to 
strengthen each other and seek even more effective ways of service. 

James Y. Greene 

Department of Campus Ministry 

12. Raymond Moore, Director of Missions, recognized the visitors and new pastors in the 
association. 

Mr. Moore presented the Report of the Director of Missions. He moved the adoption of his 
report. It was so approved. 

REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

We need to be reminded often that the association exists to help the churches do the work 
that the Lord left for the churches to do. Churches need to be reminded that they are on mis- 
sion for Christ — that they are continuing the work of redemption for God through Jesus 
Christ. The association may also lead the churches to see their mission and to inspire them to 
be on mission for Christ. 

The responsibility of the association is to minister to the local churches, for the local 
churches, through the local churches and from the local churches. The association is based 
on Biblical principles of fellowship and missions for the purpose of bringing churches 
together in fellowship, strengthening them for their ministries and involving them in missions 
at home and around the world. 

Dr, Lloyd Corder defines the association — "The association is a fellowship of churches on 
mission in their setting". 

Some things that your director of missions would like to see done are: 

1. Have an in-depth study of the association's needs. 

2. Begin some long-range strategy planning for implementing its mission and ministry. 

3. Set some goals for meeting priority needs. 

4. Set up a program of perennial leadership training. 

The following is a summary of statistics compiled from monthly reports of the director of 
missions for the past twelve months: 

1. Times visited regular services in the churches — 128. 

2. Times done specific work in the churches — 33. 

3. Associational meetings attended — 38. 

4. Other services: 

Conducted worship at Colonial Rest Home. 
Served as hospital chaplain 16 days. 



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Conducted morning devotions on Radio Station WMPM 5 days. 

Conducted chapel service at mental health center 2 days. 

Served as director of Vacation Bible School for Mentally Retarded. 

5. Denominational causes presented to the churches: 
World Mission Conferences. 

Cooperative Program. 
Children's Homes 

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for Foreign Missions. 
Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for Home Missions. 
N. C. Baptist Homes, Inc. (For the aging) 
Baptist Hospital 
Baptist Coleges. 
State Missions. 

6. Meetings attended outside the association: 
World Mission Conferences, Tar River Association. 
January Bible Study Clinic at Campbell College 

Spoke in a church in the Raleigh Association on pre-convention Sunday. 
Attended dedication ceremonies for Robeson Baptist Association Building 
Attended Baptist State Convention, 3 days 

Attended Director of Missions and Convention Staff Workshop, 2 days 

Attended Meredith College Christmas Music Concert 

Attended State Conference on Evangelism, Greensboro 

Attended Metro Missions Workshop in Durham 

Attended State Vacation Bible School Clinic at Wingate College 

Spoke on "Mission Advance Week-end" in the Stanley Association. 

Attended Stewardship Seminar in Fayetteville 

Attended a workshop on work with Mentally Retarded in Fayetteville 

Attended a regional Cooperative Program Rally in Oxford 

Attended annual State W. M. U. Meeting in Charlotte 

Attended Associational Leadership Workshop in Louisville, Ky., 3 days 

Spoke on "Mission Advance Week-end" in Brunswick Association 

Attended Liberty Bell Ceremonies in Raleigh 

Attended Directors of Missions conference, Miami' Beach 

Attended Southern W. M. U. Convention, Miami Beach 

Attended the Southern Baptist Convention, Miami Beach 

Attended Board of Ministers meeting at Campbell College 

Attended Sunday School Briefing Meeting in Raleigh 

Attended Directors of Missions Conferences at Fruitland, 5 days 

Attended Home Missions Conferences at Ridgecrest, 6 days 

Spoke in World Missions Conferences in South Roanoke Association, 6 da. 

7. Conferences held: Individual — 181, group — 41, Committee — 21. 

8. Bulletins published— 750 monthly, total 9,000. 

9. Miles traveled in work — 21,132. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. E. Moore 

13. M. B. MacLeod spoke concerning the nominee for the Baptist State Convention General 
Secretary. The nominee is Dr. Cecil Ray, head of the Stewardship Department of the Texas 
Baptist Convention for the past 12 years. 

14. Miss Winkie Earp of the Thanksgiving Church played, "Open My Eyes" on musical hand 
blown glasses. 

15. Raymond Brown, Professor at Southeastern Seminary brought the evening message. His 
theme was, "What Does Freedom Mean To You?" (1) The freedom that God gives has limits. 
(2) Freedom demands discipline. (3) Freedom demands commitment. We are free to live in 
our Father's house. 

16. Wayne Martin pronounced the benediction and the body adjourned. 



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Tuesday afternoon — October 21, 1975 
Hephzibah Baptist Church 



17. Hoyt Lock, moderator, presided over the Tuesday Session of the Seventy-Third Annual 
Session held at Hephzibah Baptist Church on October 21, 1975. 

18. Billy Rae Creech led the assembly in the singing of "Love Divine." 

19. Doland Humphries read the Scripture from the book of Philippians and led in prayer. 

20. Hoyt Lock, in the absence of John Johnson, represented the Sunday School Report as 



Last year we had 6 persons to attend the State VBS Clinic at Wingate. Those who went held 
a Preparation Clinic in our association on Mar. 10, at Wilson's Mills. A clinic for all VBS 
workers was held April 28, at Smithfield. An associational Sunday School workshop was held 
at Smithfield First Church, Feb. 17 and 18 with State Sunday School workers leading. The basic 
books used were the books in the "Working" series. 

The associational S. S. Council recommends that all churches participate in as many of the 
suggested emphases and projects as possible that are suggested by the Sunday School Depart- 
ment. The associational officers will help to promote these and will assist in any way possible. 

Emphases for 1975-1976 are: 

1. A "People Search" in November. 

2. "Reach Out 75" with intense visitation, and high attendance Nov. 2. 

3. "Reach Out To Young Families" with special emphasis on Young Adults and Preschool 
Children. 

4. "Five Fabulous Sundays" in February. 

5. "Senior Spring" and "Love a Young Adult Away Today" 

6. Encourage churches to have regular workers meetings. 

7. Have an associational training school in March. 

8. Promote "Read the Bible Through in 76" 

9. Promote "Operation Home Study" 

The associational S. S. Council recommends that we set the following goals for the new 
year: 

1. That churches have a 10% increase in enrollment by Sept. 30, 1976. 

2. Lead 25% of churches to have workers meetings. 

3. Lead 100% of churches to participate in training school. 

4. Lead 50% of churches to conduct "People Search". 

5. Lead 50% of churches to participate in Growth Enlargement Campaign. 

6. Lead 100% of churches to conduct a Vacation Bible School. 

There are free leaflets with information as to how to conduct the S. S. emphases. The S. S. 
periodicals, especially "Outreach" and the "Leadership" Magazines will give helpful informa- 
tion. 

We wish for each church a good year in S. S. work that more people may be reached for Bi- 
ble Study, that more people may be won to Christ, and that better teaching may be done in 
our Sunday Schools. 



follows: 



REPORT ON SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK 



Respectfully submitted, 
John D. Johnson, 
Associational S. S. Director 



SUMMARY OF VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORTS, 1975 



Church 
Antioch 
Baptist Center 



Enrol- Aver. M 

Iment Att. < 

68 (No report) 

57 55 $ 



Miss. 
Off. 



$ 48.00 



Litt. 
Cost 



$ 58.00 



Total No. No. Prof. 
Cost Days Hrs. Faith 



5 



2 



Achiev. 
Grade 



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Baptist Tabernacle 


130 


108 




97.16 


197.78 


5 


2.5 


1 


M 


Benson 


74 


70 


53.85 


85.66 


182.16 


5 


3 




M 


Benson Grove 


27 


27 


20.00 


25.00 


47.00 


5 


2 


1 




Bethany 




(No report) 














Beulah 


200 


135 




142.11 


142.11 


5 


3 


1 




Blackmons Grove 


41 


27 


28.05 


18.11 


132.11 


5 


2 






Burnell 




(No report) 














Calvary 


54 


50 


53.82 




74.58 


5 


2 





M 


Carters Chapel 


80 


55 


18.68 


60.00 


60.00 


5 


2 





M 


Cedar Grove 


50 


46 


17.69 


37.44 


129.94 


5 


2 





M 


Clayton, First 


133 


114 


24.50 


89.50 


255.10 


5 


2.5 




M 


Clyde's Chapel 


53 


51 


23.25 


80.00 


105.00 


5 


3 







Corinth 


68 


63 


21.45 


46.63 


117.91 


5 


2.5 





M 


Crestwood 


56 


49 


43.63 


67.00 


67.00 


5 


2.5 




M 


Faith 


39 


36 


15.24 


54.00 


84.00 


5 


2 





M 


Four Oaks 


112 


82 


56.00 


80.00 


170.00 


8 


3 


2 


A 


Hales Chapel 


80 


67 


46.04 


85.90 


174.55 


5 


3 





M 


Hephzibah 


109 


92 


104.00 


100.00 


250.00 


5 


2 





A 


Hocutt Memorial 


107 


86 


28.94 






5 


2 






Bethesda 


82 


77 








5 


3 


2 




Hoods Grove 


55 


53 


29.47 






5 


2 


3 




Kenly 


35 


34 




46.00 


46.00 


5 


2 






Lee's Chapel 


40 


36 




110.00 


110.00 


5 


2 






Live Oak 


79 


67 


25.66 


55.03 


55.03 


5 


2 






Lyles Memorial 


64 


42 


2.00 


45.00 


70.00 


5 


2 







Micro 


45 


42 


21.11 




42.89 


5 


2.5 


1 




Middlesex 


46 


(No report) 














North Smithfield 


51 


39 


41.00 


65.00 


100.00 


5 


2 





M 


Olivers Grove 


37 


35 


23.10 


37.00 


63.00 


5 


2.5 






Pauline 


76 


61 


28.11 


40.00 


40.00 


5 


2 







Pine Level 


73 


63 


34.38 


55.00 


75.00 


5 


3 




M 


Nobles Chapel 


13 


13 


6.00 






5 


2.5 






Pinkney 


60 


58 




60.79 


115.54 


6 


2 




A 


Pisgah 


152 


137 


40.55 


99.87 


248.21 


5 


3 


3 


M 


Pleasant Grove 


50 


(No re 


Dort) 














Princeton 


128 


115 


64.05 


110.37 


265.95 


5 


2.5 


1 


M 


Sardis 


46 


41 


33.75 


40.00 


55.00 


5 


3 


1 


M 


Selma 


58 




14.03 






5 








Sharon 




(No report) 














Shiloh 


67 


66 


36.92 


26.80 


95.12 


5 


1.5 






Smithfield, First 


210 


164 


126.57 


113.41 


413.41 


5 


3 




M 


Stevens Chapel 


77 


62 


32.88 


56.27 


148.50 


6 


2.5 


2 




Thanksgiving 




(No report) 














Trinity 


34 


34 


31.00 






5 


2.5 






Newton Grove 


80 


58 


22.91 


125.12 


227.87 


5 


2 




M 


Watkins Chapel 


90 


87 


47.00 






5 


2.5 







White Oak 


85 


(No report) 














Wiknn'c Milk 

vv i ison s fvii i is 


1 

I Uj 


77 


42.48 


65.00 


85.00 


10 


2.5 





A 
A 


Parrish Memorial 


110 


(No report) 














Mentally Retarded 


66 


(45 pup 


ils, 31 faculty) 












Totals 


3652 


2668 ' 


$1258.51 


(offering) 


$2269.16 


(Literature) 




Summary: 42 churches 


reported ha\ 


zing VBS. 






$4503.76 


(Total 


cost) 














49 churches are said 


to have had 


VBS 

















2 churches did not have a VBS. 1 mission school was reported 



21. The report of Church Training was presented by Hoyt Lock. 



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REPORT ON CHURCH MINISTRIES AND TRAINING 



Two events of interest merit our attention as we look back at what took place in the field of 
Church Ministries. 

On November 25, 1974, "M" Night was held at The Sharon Baptist Church with Dr. Bud 
Smith as the main speaker of the evening. Also a very interesting skit titled "Skunk Kit" was 
presented by some of the members of the Hephzibah Baptist Church. 

The second event of interest was the Associational Youth Night under the direction of Dr. 
Jack Colwell of the Four Oaks Baptist Church. Jack and his staff did a good job with their pro- 
gram. 

As in the past the personnel making up the staff for Church Ministries and Training stand 
ready to assist you when called upon. 

For the future we would like to see each church in our Association give thought to develop- 
ing a training program of some kind. Certainly every church should strive to have a successful 
January Bible Study. 

Remember to call on State workers in this field if the Associational Committee cannot do 
the job when it needs doing. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Hoyt M. Lock, Director 



22. Mrs. Doc R. Olver presented the Report of the Woman's Missionary Union. 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

The past year has been one characterized by dedicated service of women committed to 
God and to service in His name. It has been in our association exciting, thrilling and challeng- 
ing as I have attempted to direct these women for the past year. I am very grateful for the privi- 
lege of serving as Director of Woman's Union in our association, and my life has been richly 
blessed by service in this place of leadership. 

Our year started with our World Day of Prayer held at Selma Baptist Church under the 
leadership of our Associate Director, Mrs. Jerry Wood. A very spiritual meeting was held with 
Mrs. J. Winston Pearce setting the mood with a very dynamic challenging message. 

WMU Focus Week was observed with five devotional programs presented by five women 
on a local radio station. 

On March 1 st, the Baptist Young Women and Men met together at Baptist Center with Miss 
B. Jaye Bunn, BYW leader and Mr. Edison Temple leading. Miss Nancy Curtis, State BYW 
Director, and Miss Debbie Tippett, who served under the Home Missions Board, working 
with Indians in New Mexico last summer, presented challenges to those attending. 

The annual Acteens meeting under the direction of Mrs. Jan Barry, Associational Director 
was held at Live Oak in April with Mr. and Mrs. Magnet Herrin, missionary couple presenting 
slides and talks to the large group of girls and leaders attending. 

The Annual WMU meeting was held in April at Antioch with over 250 women in atten- 
dance. Miss Kathryn Bullard, then State Director of Baptist Women and The Rev. John Ryberg, 
pastor of First Church in Smithfield brought challenging messages. 

A sleepover for older GA's was held in Four Oaks, May 2 under the direction of Miss Nancy 
Daughtry, GA Director. 

The Younger GA's held a supper meeting at Bethesda with Miss Debbie Tippett as speaker. 

The annual meeting for Mission Friends was held at Middlesex in May with Miss Shelia 
Thomas and Miss Jean Raines directing the activities. 

The Associational WMU Council met quarterly for business and fellowship. Eighteen mem- 
bers from the Associational WMU attended WMU week at Ridgecrest. 



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We of the council are committing ourselves to more dedicated service to God in the com- 
ing year. We covet your prayers as we begin anew. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Doc R. Oliver, Director 

23. Raymond Moore, in the absence of Shuford O. Edwins, presented the Report on Evan- 
gelism. 

REPORT ON EVANGELISM 

The committee on evangelism is planning a Lay School of Evangelism for the johnston As- 
sociation on February 16, 1976. We are asking that all churches plan to participate. 

There will be an associational Evangelism Rally held on March 22, 1976, and we are asking 
every church in the association to plan to take part in this undertaking. 

In keeping with our national Bicentennial Celebration and the Southern Baptist Convention 
we are asking that each church of the Johnston to take part in Simultaneous Revivals in April. 
The dates suggested by the committee on evangelism for revivals in our association are the 
weeks following April 4 and April 11, 1976. If at all possible, we urge each church to plan for 
revival during one of these two weeks. 

"BE RECONCILED TO GOD AND MAN" was the theme of the 29th Statewide Evangelism 
Conference at War Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro, February 3-5, 1975. Over 2,400 pastors 
and lay persons heard excellent speakers emphasize various phases of evangelism. 

The 30th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be held at the Civic Center Auditorium 
Ashville, February 2-4. 1976. 

Remember to pray daily for the work of evangelism in all the churches of our association, 
state, nation and the world. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Shuford Edwins, chairman 

24. Wayne Martin made the motion and Billy Rae Creech seconded the motion that the 
Evangelism report be adopted and it was approved. 

25. Mrs. Leata Barnes presented the Historian Report as follows: 

REPORT OF HISTORIAN 

Johnston Baptist Association heard and adopted its first historical report November 7, 1929, 
during its annual meeting at Pisgah. 

S. L. Morgan, the associations first elected historian, gave a pattern review of the year 
1928-1929 which included building programs, shifting of pastors, Sunday School revival, a 
school of missions, unrest among members due to defalcation of convention Home Mission 
funds, and the financial depression. 

The association's report for the year 1974-1975 is good. With Rev. Raymond E. Moore as, 
Director of Missions, Hoyt M. Lock as Moderator, Horace W. Ricks as Clerk and Edward 
Renfrow as Treasurer, the association has had good leadership. 

Highlights of the year were The World Missions Conference, October 27-31, 1974; Baptist 
Women's World Day of Prayer held with Selma church and Mrs. J. Winston Pearce the inspir- 
ing speaker; Week of Prayer of Foreign Missions observed by all churches; Christmas programs 
appropriate and meaningful; participation in the special Bible school for the handicapped; a 
program of Youth work of Sharon; and Charles and Bonnie Wiggs at home! 

Conferences at Ridgecrest; Caraway; Nashville, Tennessee; Miami, Florida; Raleigh, North 
Carolina; and Stockholm, Sweden, were attended by members of the association. 

Hocutt Memorial and Beulah have completed additions to their buildings. Bethesda has a 
new pastor, Rev. John O. Waller; Lyles Memorial has Rev. John Ench. 

Some pastors have left the churches they were serving: Patrick N. Forbes, Clayton First; 



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Roger D. Cope, Blackmon's Grove; William F. Harrell, Burnell; Kenneth Wellmon, Hales 
Chapel; Buel Creason, Lyles Memorial; Thomas Edwards, Micro; Andrew B. Moon, Pleasant 
Grove; Tommy Pearce, Shiloh; and C. E. Clayton, Stevens Chapel. 

Graduates of Southeastern Seminary, 1975, include Steve Williams, Smithfield First; Thomas 
Ritter, Lee's Chapel; Roger Cope, Blackmon's Grove; W. B. Shipp, North Smithfield. 

Baptist Biographical Data forms have been sent to Wake Forest University Library for: Hoyt 
Morris Locke, Live Oak; Joseph Curtis Deaton, Wilson's Mills; Kenneth Dudley Holland, Anti- 
och; Donald Keith Horn, Pisgah; Walter Samuel Jones, Jr., Faith; Jack Von Colwell, Four Oaks; 
Horace Wilton Ricks, Princeton; Maurice Randolph Kesler, Clyde's Chapel; Herbert Burnett 
Strange, Clayton First; Raymond E. Moore, Four Oaks. 

Historical Records have been filmed by Archives and History at Raleigh for: 

Antioch 1859-1972 

Baptist Center 1871-1887 

Clayton First 1839-1972 

Clyde's Chapel 1889-1972 

Corinth 1904-1938 

Four Oaks 1891-1972 

Hood's Grove 1907-1972 

Thanksgiving 1929-1963 

Princeton 1889-1972 

White Oak 1931-1972 
Wake Forest University has micro-filmed records for: 

Baptist Center 1871-1887 

Hale's Chapel 1941-1970 

Lee's Chapel 1825-1894; 1905-1959 

Trinity 1880-1967 

Each church is urged to have its records micro-filmed. There is no cost. 

Director Raymond E. Moore attended a Sunday School conference at Southern Baptist 
Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky; participated in a World Missions Conference in South 
Roanoke Association and has assisted Jonesboro Church, Dunn, Route 2, relative to member- 
ship in the Johnston Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Leata A. Barnes, Historian 

Mrs. Barnes showed a book of the pastors of the First Baptist Church of Clayton who have 
served the church. 

Mrs. Barnes asked that all churches in the association send a picture and a brief history of 
the church to her to be compiled for the Baptist Collection at Wake Forest University. This ac- 
tion is part of our Bicentennial effort. 

26. Wayne Martin, in the absence of Mrs. Virginia Baker, presented the Library Services re- 
port. 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
LIBRARY SERVICES 

During the past church year, the library services division of the Johnston Baptist Association 
did not have any requests for assistance in establishing or reorganization of libraries. 

Mrs. Bud (Ethel K.) Smith of Benson will serve as library consultant for the year 1975-1976. 
We are fortunate to have such a capable person to assist us. 

The library services division urges everyone to support their church library by usage and 
donation of books. Also, we urge everyone to visit our Baptist book stores. They have. out- 
standing new books each month from all the leading religious authors. 

Virginia F. Baker 
Library Services 



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27. All of the preceding reports were unanimously approved. 

28. Billy Rae Creech spoke in regard to the Music. He spoke of the work in Music and of his 
willingness to help churches if they ask for his services. 

Mr. Creech sang "Sheltered in the Arms of God" for the assembly. 

29. Jack Colwell brought the doctrinal sermon. His theme was "Church Re-Newal." The' 
scripture was taken from Acts 2 and Romans 8. The victory of the church. (1) The recovery of 
the gospel is the beginning of the renewal of the church. (2) The call for power. We can say 
with Paul, "I can do all things through Christ. The church belongs to the living God. 

30. Billy Rae Creech led in singing, "Stand Up for jesus." 

31 . Edward Renfrow presented the Finance Committee Report of the Proposed Budget for 
1975-76 as follows. 



ANNUAL REPORT OF BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE 
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 1975-1976: 



Anticipated Receipts: 

From churches of the association 

From Baptist State Convention 



$16,166.00 
384.00 
$16,550.00 



Disbursements: 

Salary — Director of missions 

Rent on house and office 

Travel expense 

Utilities — home and office 

Annuity and insurance 

WMU expenses 

Office supplies and postage 

Equipment and repairs 

Convention and conference expenses 

Vacation Bible School expenses 

Annual meeting expenses 

Publishing Annuals (Minutes) 

Brotherhood expenses 

Sunday School expenses 

Clerk honorarium 

Stenographer 

Miscellaneous 

Church Training expenses 

Music expenses 

Leadership workshops 

Personnel Training 

Historian's expenses 



$ 7,000.00 
1,200.00 
2,200.00 
1,200.00 
1,600.00 
750.00 
450.00 
250.00 
400.00 
100.00 
100.00 
600.00 
100.00 
75.00 
75.00 
100.00 
25.00 
75.00 
50.00 
50.00 
100.00 
50.00 ! 
$16,550.00 



Respectfully submitted, 
Edward Renfrow, Chairman 



The report was adopted as printed. 

32 Edward Renfrow presented the Report of the Treasurer. 



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; 



ANNUAL REPORT OF TREASURER 

October 1974 — September, 1975 



Reconciliation of cash balances: 
Cash in bank— 9/30/74: 
Regular checking 
i Savings, Building Fund 
Plus: 

Excess receipts over disbursements 
Cash in bank 9/30/75: 
I Regular checking 

Savings, Building Fund 
Receipts: 

From the churches 

Baptist State Convention 

Refund, Sales Tax 
j Building Fund 

World Missions Conference 

Annual — Minute fund 
! Pulpit supply 
! Interest earned 

Total receipts 

Disbursements: 

Salary — Director of Missions 

Rent — House and office 

Travel expense 

Utilities — Home and office 

Annuity and Insurance 

W.M.U. Expense 

Office supplies and postage 

Equipment and repairs 

Convention and Conference exp. 

Vacation Bible School 

Annual meeting expense 

Publishing Annuals 

Brotherhood 

Sunday School expense 

World Missions Conference 

Intangible tax 

Clerk honorarium 

Stenographer 

Miscellaneous 

Church Training expense 

Music expense 

Leadership workshops 

Personnel training 

Total disbursements 

Excess receipts over disbursements $1346.: 



$ 3489.62 



4A7? ^7 

tO/ Z. J / 




ji o id i .yy 






I j4d. j4 


$ J 7 I D.tj 






5592 08 




4> TJUO.JJ 


Actual 


Budget 


Over/Under 


$13762.68 


$15700.00 


$ 1937.32 


443.59 






11 .16 






715.00 






4254.13 


4500 00 

i \J\J . \J\J 


248 87 


509.75 






100.00 






209.10 






$20005.41 


$20200.00 


$2183.19 


Actua I 


B u ci^€?t 


Ov/or /l I nrlor 


$ 6600.00 


$ 6600.00 


~p 


1200.00 


1200.00 




1873.00 


1900.00 


27.00 


978.00 


1000.00 


21 .14 


I JUJ.UO 


1 ADO on 

I OUU.UU 


^4 9? 

Jt. 7Z 


571 58 


750 00 


175 42 


488 75 


450 00 


+ 35 75 




on 


Z JU.UU 


^n? 4? 


4nn nn 

tuu.uu 


Q7 Rft 

7/ .JO 


DO.JU 


inn nn 

I uu.uu 


^1 ^n 

J I . JU 


41 7^ 
H I .Z J 


1 nn nn 

I uu.UU 


JO.// 


4^7 ?A 
tJZ .ZD 


nn 

JZJ.UU 


7J 7/1 
/Z./4 


c;n nn 

jU.UU 


I uu.uu 


qn nn 

JU.UU 


I J.JO 


7^ nn 

/ J.UU 


44 


4269.09 


4 son oo 


230.91 


7.54 




+ 7.54 


75.00 


75.00 




100.00 


100.00 






200.00 


200.00 




75.00 


75.00 




50.00 


50.00 




50.00 


50.00 




100.00 


100.00 


$18658787 


$20200.00 


$1541.13 



CHURCH CONTRIBUTIONS FOR THE YEAR 
ENDING 9/30/75: 



Church To budget Bldg. Fund W. M. Conf. Total 

Antioch $ 50.00 $ $ 50.51 $ 100.51 



21 



Baptist Center 


-1 7C nn 
1 /b.UU 




cc en 

6b. bU 


237.50 


Baptist Tabernacle 


700.00 




125.00 


825.00 


Benson 


c. cn nn 
bbU.UU 




7c nn 
/b.UU 


625.00 


Benson Grove 






62.50 


62.50 


Bethany 


nc nn 
1 2b. UU 




65.00 


190.00 


Bethesda 


i /- n n a 
26U.U4 




175.00 


435.04 


Beulah 






125.00 


305.21 


Blackmons Grove 


lor nn 

1 Zj.UU 






nc nn 
Izb.Ou 


tsurnen 


-ioc nn 

1 Jj.UU 


v 




nic nn 

zJb.UU 


Calvary 


£ r nn 
Ob.UU 






65.00 


Carter's Chapel 


1 rn nn 

I bU.UU 




r r nn 

6b. UU 


215.00 


Cedar Grove 


ac\ nn 
4U.UU 






ztn nn 
4U.U0 


Clayton, First 


1U/4.y3 




inn nn 
2UU.UU 


1331.93 


Clyde s Chapel 


Ton nn 
zoU.UO 




nc nn 
1 2b .UU 


405.00 


Corinth 


1 on nn 
1 HU.UU 






180.00 


Crestwood 


1 46.00 






146.00 


Faith 


41 .50 




-i tc nn 
1 2b. UU 


166.50 


Four Oaks 


b 1 4.yb 




1 £.t on 
I bZ.ZU 


"7T7 1 £ 

/ //.Id 


Hales Chapel 


1 66.10 




~7C\ nn 
70.00 


236.10 


Hephzibah 


a on nn 

48U.U0 




-iic nn 
12b .00 


605.00 


Hocutt Memorial 


/• rn nn 

6bU.UU 


r n nn 
bU.UU 


-nc nn 
1 Zb. UU 


qtc nn 

ozb.UU 


Hoods Grove 


t c nn 
Zd.UU 


1 £ nn 

I b.UU 


Cf\ nn 
bU.UU 


1 nn nn 
I UU.UU 


Kenly 


204.00 




125.00 


329.00 


Lee's Chapel 


68.00 




62.50 


130.50 


Live Oak 


1 50.00 




125.00 


275.00 


Lyles Memorial 






cn cn 
bZ.bU 


cn en 
bZ.bU 


Micro 


1 nn nn 
1 UU.UU 






1 nn m 
1 UU.UU 


Middlesex 


-i -7 r nn 
1 /b.UU 


c n nn 
bU.UU 


cn cn 
bZ.bU 


0Q7 en 

Zo/.bU 


Newton Grove 


75.00 






"7e nn 

7b. UU 


Nobles Chapel 


i in nn 

220.00 




1 25.00 


o /i e nn 
34b. UU 


North bmithtield 


1 nn nn 
I UU.UU 




en nn 
bU.UU 


1 cn nn 
IbU.UU 


Oliver's Grove 


1 00.00 




62. 5U 


i cn cn 
162.bU 


Parrish Memorial 


on r nn 
22b. UU 




1 on nn 
I ZU. UU 


i /i c nn 
34b. UU 


Pauline 










Pine Level 


500.00 




i nc nn 
1 2b. UU 


tic nn 
62b. UU 


Pinkney 










Pisgah 


700.00 




125.00 


825.00 


Pleasant Grove 


417.19 




1 26.00 


537.19 


Princeton 


789.05 


300.00 


150.00 


1 239.05 


Sardis 


75.00 






-j r nn 
75. UU 


Selma 


500.00 




150.00 


650.00 


Sharon 


840.41 




1 50.00 


990.41 


bhiloh 


55.00 




nc nn 
1 2b. UU 


1 on nn 
I oU. UU 


bmithtield, First 


onn nn 

oOU.UU 




nc nn 
Izb.UU 


m c nn 

yzb.uu 


Stevens Chapel 


1 00.00 




1 25.00 


225.00 


Thanksgiving 


334.87 






334.87 ' 


Trinity 


1 50.00 




55.00 


nr\c nn 
2Ub.UU 


Watkins Chapel 


125.00 




70.00 


-i c\c nn 

lyb.uu 


White Oak 


300.00 


150.00 


125.00 


575.00 


Wiknnk Milk 

V V 1 1 J IV! 1 1 13 


442.42 




1 25.00 


567.42 


Other contributions 




150.00 




150.3 


Totals 


$13762.68 


$715.00 


$4219.71 


$18697.39 ! 



22 



JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
RECONCILIATION OF CASH BALANCES 

As of August 31, 1975 

Cash in bank— 9/30/74 

Regular checking $3,489.62 

Savings—Building Fund 4.672.3 7 $8,161.99 



Plus: 

Excess receipts over disbursements 
Cash in bank— 8/31/75 

Regular checking 2,837.63 
Savings— Building Fund 5,542.08 

$8,37971 $8,379.71 



JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

For the Period Ended August 31, 1975 



RECEIPTS: 
Collections — Assoc. Churches 
— Baptist State Convention 
—Refund Sales Tax 
— Building Fund 
—World Missions Conference 
— Annuals — Minutes 
— Pulpit Supply 
— Interest Earned 



Actual 
$11,306.96 
411.59 
7.45 
665.00 
4,254.13 
509.75 
100.00 
209.10 
1 7,463.98 



Budget 
$15,700.00 



4,500.00 



20,200.00 



(Over) 
U nder 
$4,393.04 
(411.59) 
(7.45) 
(665.00) 
245.87 
(509.75) 
(100.00) 
(209.10) 
Z7T6.T52 



DISBURSEMENTS: 








Salary — Superintendent of Missions 


6,050.00 


6,600.00 


550.00 


Rent on house & office 


1,100.00 


1,200.00 


100.00 


Travel Expense 


1,715.00 


1 ,900.00 


185.00 


Utilities — house and office 


895.86 


1,000.00 


104.14 


Annuity & Insurance 


1,436.53 


1 ,600.00 


163.47 


WMU Expense 


571.58 


750.00 


178.42 


Office supplies & postage 


351.69 


450.00 


98.31 


Equipment & repairs 




250.00 


250.00 


Convention expenses 


221.42 


400.00 


178.58 


Vacation Bible School 


68.50 


100.00 


31.50 


Annual Meeting 


41 .23 


100.00 


58.77 


Publishing Johnston Minutes 


452.26 


525.00 


72.74 


Brotherhood Expenses 


50.00 


100.00 


50.00 


Sunday School Expenses 


15.56 


75.00 


59.44 


World Missions Conference 


4,269.09 


4,500.00 


230.91 


Intangible Tax 


7.54 




(7.54) 


Clerk Honorarium 




75.00 


75.00 


Stenographer 




100.00 


100.00 


Miscellaneous 




200.00 


200.00 


Church Training 




75.00 


75.00 


Music 




50.00 


50.00 


Leadership Workshops 




50.00 


50.00 


Personnel Training 




100.00 


100.00 


Total 


$17,246.26 


$20,200.00* 


$2,953.74 



23 



CHURCH CONTRIBUTIONS 
As of August 31, 1975 



Antioch 




Baptist Center 


n 


Baptist Tabernacle 


^7"; nn 


Benson 


4nn nn 


Benson Grove 


* n 

u 


Bethany 




Bethesda 


?18 XI 

tJO. J/ 


Beulah 


18^ 71 

I UJ.i I 


Blackman Grove 


125.00 


Burnell 


1 ^ nn 


Calvary 


u 


Carter's Chapel 


1 KCt nn 


Cedar Grove 


An nn 


Clayton First 




Clyde's Chapel 


280.00 


Corinth 


150.00 


Crestwood 


131.40 


Faith 


o 


Four Oaks 


51 9.13 


Hales Chapel 


166.10 


Hephzibah 


400.00 


Hocutt Memorial 


650.00 


Hood s Grove 


o 


Kenly 


180.00 


Lee's Chapel 


42.00 


Live Oak 


100.00 


Lyles Memorial 





Micro 


100.00 


Middlesex 


175.00 


Newton Grove 


o 


Nobles Chapel 


220.00 


North Smithfield 





Oliver's Grove 





Parrish Memorial 


225.00 


Pauline 


o 


Pine Level 


290.00 


Pinkney 


o 


Pisgah 


590.00 


Pleasant Grove 


315.33 


Princeton 


789.05 


Sardis 


75.00 


Selma 


416.68 


Sharon 


563.57 


Shiloh 


o 


Smithfield First 


800 00 

\J\J\J. \J\J 


Steven's Chapel 


100.00 


Thanksgiving 


334.87 


Trinity 


150.00 


Watkins Chapel 


125.00 


White Oak 


300.00 


Wilson Mills 


363.98 


Total 


$11 ,"306. 96 



Mr. Renfrew made a motion that it be adopted as printed. It was unanimously approved. 
33. Horace Ricks was recognized to present the digest of the Church Letters. 



24 



DIGEST OF LETTERS 

























ons 






sms 


Church 
bers 


ay Schoo 
bers 


:h Trainir 
3ers 


:h Music 
Iment 


. U. 
Iment 


erhood 


Iment 


ipts 


Mission 
iditures 


^erative 
am Missi 


ciational 
ons Gifts 




Bapti 


Total 
Mem 


Sund 
Mem 


Churc 
Meml 


Chur( 
Enrol 


W. M 
Enrol 


Broth 


Enrol 


Total 
Rece 


Total 
Exper 


Coop 
Progr 
Gifts 


Asso 
Missi 


Churches 


























Antioch 


2 


270 


119 








33 







19444 


128 


50 


50 


Bap. Center 


1 


230 


127 





18 


41 


10 




23262 


3335 


1934 


175 


Bap. Tabern. 


9 


587 


292 





31 


69 


28 




41749 


6072 


4000 


550 


Benson 


14 


547 


324 





56 


120 


19 




74529 


11994 


7120 


700 


Benson Gr. 


4 


148 


128 








43 







8002 


612 





50 


Bethany 


2 


229 


160 





34 


22 







17433 


2808 


400 


149 


Bethesda 


7 


262 


119 


68 


43 


43 


32 




22634 


2642 


1200 


260 


Beulah 


26 


200 


186 





52 


39 


25 




28334 


526 


275 


183 


Blackmon Gr. 





157 


60 





16 


19 







9986 


2925 


678 


125 


Burnell 


2 


133 


84 








10 







11844 


640 


150 


150 


Calvary 


1 


80 


54 








12 







5532 


526 


55 


65 


Carter's Ch. 


11 


202 


125 


47 


28 


52 


21 




10647 


983 


175 


150 


Cedar Grove 


3 


113 


58 





23 










9861 


240 


153 


40 


Clayton, F. 


12 


700 


409 


10 


26 


203 


48 




95267 


9895 


4479 


1075 


Clyde s Ln. 





329 


194 





24 


51 


43 




22698 


2667 


1497 


280 


Corinth 


6 


366 


187 





35 


37 


18 




28900 


1332 


440 


180 


Crestwood 


8 


150 


78 





24 


18 


25 




18000 


2000 


1700 


146 


Faith 


1 


77 


62 





14 


12 







7786 


440 


126 


41 


Four Oaks 


5 


358 


219 


o 


60 


65 


64 




33688 


8642 


4192 


550 


Hales Ch. 


5 


259 


148 





19 


39 


32 




24212 


1533 


787 


196 


Hephzibah 


7 


220 


223 


o 


43 


43 


16 




29205 


1922 


600 


480 


Hocutt Mem. 


12 


381 


266 


106 


91 


95 


41 




51170 


3876 


1932 


650 


Hoods Grove 


5 


119 


107 





35 


32 







8533 


637 


75 





Kenly 


2 


149 


102 





55 


40 







1641 


1235 


720 





Lee's Chap. 





206 


94 





17 


37 







13106 


1102 


334 


144 


Live Oak 


5 


315 


167 





48 


85 







20541 


1282 


220 


150 


Lyles Mem. 


3 


72 


66 


35 


19 


20 


12 




16888 


50 


20 


o 


Micro 


3 


115 


117 


42 


32 


16 







13021 


814 


240 


100 


Middlesex 


13 


227 


145 





61 


46 


10 




22272 


3594 


2315 


225 


Newton Gr. 


4 


140 


116 





18 


18 







10700 


250 


25 





Nobles Ch. 





153 


109 








16 







9605 


2126 


440 





North bmith. 


5 


93 


101 





33 


9 


12 




12738 


853 


391 


50 


Oliver's Gr. 


10 


138 


137 
















8163 


1228 


75 


100 


Parrish Mem. 


6 


405 


234 





35 


23 







22497 


1568 


436 


345 


Pauline 





190 


114 








8 







13350 


378 


1114 


172 


Pine Level 


1 


306 


209 





44 


53 


28 




34947 


7418 


3047 


500 


Pinkney 


3 


160 


90 





10 


21 







8213 


1491 


77 





Pisgah 


14 


395 


223 


57 


63 


66 


54 




34196 


5474 


2573 


645 


Pleasant Gr. 





211 


141 





48 


51 


25 




15602 


16% 


517 


517 


Princeton 


16 


587 


434 





121 


44 







36237 


5959 


2100 


1000 


Sardis 


3 


258 


138 








15 







16729 


1230 


200 


75 


Selma 


4 


394 


214 





30 


98 


28 




38782 


6109 


3273 


500 


Sharon 


10 


294 


249 





80 


108 


14 




45183 


7070 


4202 


840 


jniion 


2 


195 


102 





17 


16 







11129 


295 


110 


55 


Smithfield, F. 


19 


984 


665 


141 


221 


192 


177 




122032 


17583 


9000 


925 




3 


150 


122 





39 


23 


13 




11016 


1033 


933 


100 


Thanksgiving 





227 


99 





17 


13 







16750 


1578 


753 


333 


Trinity 


1 


177 


78 





29 


32 







33349 


2559 


986 


211 


Watkins Ch. 


6 


182 


150 





60 


51 


23 




13884 


901 


568 


125 


White Oak 


4 


434 


247 





62 


71 


25 




41574 


3075 


1000 


450 


Wilson's Mil. 
Totals, 75 


7 

287 


219 
13491 


133 
8528 


—2. ~J 5 

508 1856 


34 
2303 



843 




15000 
$1253408 


2336 
144316 


1300 
^69007 


450 
14257 


Totals, 74 


291 


13053 


8632 


534 1795 


2236 


776 




$1149563 


142062 


71 385 


13288 



25 



34. Mr. Ricks also presented the Report of the Executive Committee which follows: 



REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



The Executive Committee met four times during the year as prescribed in the Constitution. 
This committee functions for the association between annual meetings. It hears reports, tran- 
sacts business and makes plans that are believed to be in the best interest of the association. 
The routine matters are not herewith reported, but we will detail some of the more significant 
actions at each of the four meetings. 

THE FIRST MEETING was held December 10, 1974. All the meetings were held at the First 
Baptist Church of Smithfield. The body elected a Budget and Finance Committee as specified 
in the Constitution. The moderator, in keeping with the Constitution, appointed Mr. M. B. 
McLeod to audit the financial records. The Missions Director presented a film starring "Joe the 
Baptist." 

THE SECOND MEETING was held March 25, 1975. The moderator reported that the finan- 
cial records have been audited and were correct. The committee voted to sponsor a VBS for 
retarded children. The members voted to ask the churches to participate in the Fiftieth An- 
niversary of the Cooperative Program. Those present then signed the Declaration of Coopera- 
tion. 

THE THIRD MEETING was held June 25, 1975. Mr. John Radford, Vice Moderator, presided. 
We voted to print the quarterly financial report in the NEWSLETTER. The Nominating Com- 
mittee made its first report as specified in the Constitution and the directors of the organiza- 
tions were elected. The Jonesboro Baptist Church made application for membership in the as- 
sociation and they were accepted under the watch care of the association. 

THE FOURTH MEETING was held September 30, 1975. The proposed budget for 1975-76 
was presented and approved. The Nominating Committee made its second report. Which in- 
cluded the Nominations of the WMU. The Calendar for 1975-76 was presented and approved. 
The clerk presented a motion which was prepared by nine persons relative to a study of the 
plans, needs and programs of the association. 



35. Mrs. Clarence Woodard presented the Report of the Nominating Committee. The re- 
port was unanimously approved. The report is included in the directory of this annual. 

36. Horace Ricks read the list of persons to be on an In-Depth Study Group for the associ- 
ation as follows: 



Respectfully submitted, 
Horace W. Ricks, Clerk 



ASSOCIATIONS IN-DEPTH STUDY COMMITTEE 



NAME MAILING ADDRESS 

Dr. Jack Colwell — General Chairman 

Joe Nail 1107 Chestnut Street, Smf. 

R. A. Avery Route 1, Sclma 

Jack Colwell Box 717, Four Oaks 

W. G. Ricks Ricks Road, Selma 

M. B. McLeod Smithfield 

Bill Morris Box 186, Middlesex 

Dr. Budd Smith Route 2, Benson 

J. T. Smith Route 2, Clayton 

Ray Wallace Route 2, Kenly 

Glenwood Brown Route 2, Princeton 

Hugh Allen Route 1, Four Oaks 

Willie Beasley Route 2, Four Oaks 



White Oak 
Kenly 



Middlesex 
Trinity 



Princeton 
Pauline 



Blackmon's Gr. 



Sharon 



Smf., First 
Live Oak 
Four Oaks 
Faith 



CHURCH 



936-7671 
963-2597 



553-7546 



934-5211 
965-3908 
963-2664 
965-3165 
934-4452 



TELEPHONE 



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Mrs. Don Price 


204 W. Church St., Benson 


Benson 




Alton johnson 


Route 3, Raleigh 


Pleasant Grove 




Mrs. Ethel Faison 


Route 1, Middlesex 


Lee's Chapel 




Bobby Hinton 


Route 1, Middlesex 


Antioch 




Mrs. Geraldine Murphy 


Route 1, Box 282, Smf. 


Pisgah 




Rev. Wayne Martin 


Box 446, Selma 


Selma 


965-8985 


Mrs. Cameron Mercher 


309 W. Horn St., Clayton 


Hocutt 


553-7368 


Rev. Fletcher Ford 


102 Castle Drive, Smf. 


Sharon 


934-3525 


Mr. Randall Daughtry 


Route 1, Princeton 


Hephzibah 


965-5058 


Oliver Johnson 


Route 2, Selma 


Carter's Chapel 


965-2354 


Rev. Doland Humphries 


Box, Pine Level 


Pine Level 


965-3163 


Josepheus Johnson 


Route 1, Willow Springs 


Burnell 




Sherrill Thompson 


Route 2, Smf. 


Stevens Chapel 




O. B. Batten 


Route 2, Kenly 


Bethany 




Lawerence Canady 


203 Blanche Street, Clayton 


Baptist Center 


553-6467 



He moved the adoption of this report and it was unanimously approved. 

37. Jack Colwell brought the Report of the Time, Place and Preacher Committee. The report 
was adopted. 

TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHER COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Committee on Time, Place, and Preacher makes these recommendations: 

1. That the annual meeting of the Association be on Monday evening, October 18, and on 
Tuesday afternoon and evening, October 19, 1976. This is in accord with the Constitution of 
the Association which states that the annual meeting will begin on Monday after the third 
Sunday in October each year. 

2. That the Monday evening meeting be at Baptist Tabernacle, and that the Tuesday after- 
noon and evening sessions, as already scheduled on the long-range calendar, be at the Sharon 
Church. 

3. That the preacher of the annual sermon be Rev. Robert Leonard, pastor of the Hephzibah 
Church, and that the alternate preacher be Rev. Doland Humphries, pastor of the Pine Level 
Church. 

Report Submitted by: 
Jack Colwell, Chairman 
Johnny Guy 
Rudolph Starling 

38. The Committee on Ordination Report was presented by John Ryberg. Two men were 
ordained this year: John Ench, Lyles Memorial, and Steve Williams, First Baptist Church of 
Smithfield. 

MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING YEAR 

Lee's Chapel— Don Cashwell, Rt. 1, Middlesex, 27577 

Newton Grove— Kenneth Helms, 439 Judson Dr., Wake Forest, 27587 



MINISTERS LICENSED DURING YEAR 

Benson — Richard Ray Lambert, Rt. 1, Benson, 27504 
Corinth — Joseph David Bostic, Wake Forest, 27587 



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ORDAINED MINISTERS 



Clayton First— Harold White, SW, 330 Crescent Dr., Clayton, 27520 

W. W. Turner, I, Box 315, Clayton, 27520 
Four Oaks— R. E. Moore, AW, Box 164, Four Oaks, 27524 
Oliver's Grove — Worth Johnson, Rt. 3, Four Oaks, 27524 
Sharon— Fletcher Ford, 102 Castle Dr., Smithfield, 27577 

Michael Watts, 301 McCullers St., Smithfield, 27577 

Thorn Duncan, 410 S. 5th St., Smithfield, 27577 
Smithfield First— A. L. Brown, Box 931, Smithfield, 27577 

joe R. Puckett, 513 Lee St., Smithfield, 27577 
Wilson's Mills— A. D. Stephenson, Rt. 3, Smithfield, 27577 



Benson— R. Whitley Hood, Box 276, Benson, 27504 
Four Oaks— Jay Whitley, Four Oaks, 27524 
Hales Chapel— Herman Hocutt, Box 1151, Zebulon, 27597 
Live Oak— Leslie Allen, Smithfield, 27577 



39. Hoyt Lock announced the Committee Appointments. The appointees names are listed 
in the directory in this Annual. 

40. Mrs. Josephine Creech presented the Memorials. The body stood for a time of prayer. 



LICENSED MINISTERS 



In Jfflemonam 



ANTIOCH 



Mr. Carson Creech 
Mrs. C N. Proctor 
Mr. J. C. Bell, Jr. 
Mrs. Dwight Johnson 



Mrs. Mozell Narron 
Mr. Onnie Edwards 
Mr. Lonnie Davis 



Mr. Ronnie Narron 
Mrs. Robelia O'Neal 



BENSON GROVE 
Mr. W. L. Parrish 
Mrs. Ina Wallace 



BAPTIST CENTER 
Mrs. Elma Barbour 
Mr. Newton Hill 



BETHANY 



Mrs. Etta Starling 



BAPTIST TABERNACLE 
Mr. Clifton Hocutt 



Mrs. Martha Stancil 
Mrs. Maggie Creech 
Mrs. Annie Cockrell 
Mr. Terry Stancil 



Mr. Joe Baker 

Mr. Gerald Tippett 

Mrs. Maude Richardson 

Mr. Charlie Fowler 

Mr. J. Ray Nowell, Deacon 



Mrs. Amie Puckett 
BEULAH 



BETHESDA 



BENSON 

Mr. T. S. Benton 
Mr. Worth Durham 
Mrs. Myrtle I. Smith 
Mr. Ed Holmes 



None 

BLACKMAN'S GROVE 



Mr. Herbert Lee, Deacon 



Mrs. F. R. Temple 



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BURNELL 


Mr. Casey Stallings 


Mrs. Ruth Johnson 


Mrs. Glenn Bunn 


CALVARY 


HEPHZIBAH 


None 


Mr. J. C. Summerlin, Deacon 


Mr. W. E. Woodard, Deacon 


CARTER'S CHAPEL 


Mr. Willie Braswell 


Mr. Burkett Brown 




Mrs. Charlie Dale 


HOCUTT MEMORIAL 


Mrs. A. C. Grady 


Mr. J. J. Worrells 


Mr. Needham Gower 


1 CEDAR GROVE 




Miss Modie Morris 


HOOD'S GROVE 


Mrs. Pearl Watson 


Mrs. Louise Lee Clifton 


CLAYTON FIRST 


KENLY 


Mrs. George Coats 


None 


Mrs. Ivan Smith 




Miss Alice Canady 


LEE'S CHAPEL 


Mrs. Essie Hamilton 


Mrs. Ha Mae Bunn 


Mr. Troy Page, Sr. 


Mr. Johnny Kemp 


Mr. J. Norvelle Bryan 


Mr. Leonard Kemp 


Mrs. Swade E. Barbour, Sr. 




Mr. D. C. Poole 


LIVE OAK 


Mr. Everette Duncan 


Mrs. Nellie Wall 


Mr. F. E. Allen 


Mr. Oscar Hicks 


Mr. A. C. Atkinson, Sr. 


Mr. Edgar Underhill, Deacon 


Mr. Daniel Hilliard 






LYLES MEMORIAL 


CLYDE'S CHAPEL 


Mr. Glen Heath 


Miss Camille Bunch 




Mrs. Pearlie Boykin 


MICRO 


Mr. Tom Pace 


Mrs. Nettie Batten 


Mrs. Ruby Strickland 




Mrs. Cula Boykin 


MIDDLESEX 


Mr. Willard Winborn 


CORINTH 


Mr. Bernice Finch 


Mrs. Eula Davis 


Miss Lelia Overman 


Mr. Doyt Richardson 


Mr Carl Daniel 


Mrs. Glennie Johnson 


Mrs. A. E. Allen 


Mr. Bonna Bradshaw 


Mr. Gary Fulghum, Deacon 




Mr. Charles G. Lewis 


CRESTWOOD 




Mr. J. B. Capps 


NEWTON GROVE 


None 


FAITH 




Mr. John Bill Hughes 


NOBLES CHAPEL 


Mrs. Charles B. Boykin 


FOUR OAKS 


Mr. William Simpson 


Mr. Clifton Grant 




Mrs. Paul Johnson 


NORTH SMITHFIELD 


Mrs. W. A. Massengill 


Mr. Tommy Dees 


Mrs. W. Alton Massengill 




OLIVER'S GROVE 


HALES CHAPEL 


Mrs. Carrie W. Lee 


Mr. Douglas Brown 





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PARRISH MEMORIAL 


SHILOH 1 


Mr. james Overby 


None 1 


Mr. Willie Ed Little 




Mrs. Annie L. Medlin 


SMITHFIELD FIRST J 


Mr. James Watson 


Mrs. B. M. Brannan 2 




Mrs. M. C. Daughtry 1 


PAULINE 


Mr. D. Gattis Gower 1 


Dwight Smith 


Mrs. Milton Holt | 


Mr. T. W. Patterson j 


PINE LEVEL 


Mrs. A. J. Price 1 


Mr. Charles Watson, Deacon 


Mrs. E. H. Rogers I 




Mr. Charles B. Register, Jr. | 


PINKNEY 


Mrs. Ruth Denning Westbrook 


None 


Mrs. Betty Ward Wood 


PISGAH 


STEVENS CHAPEL 


Mr. jesse Lassiter 


None 


Mrs. Martha Bailey 






THANKSGIVING 1 


PLEASANT GROVE 


Mrs. Noami Murphy 


None 


Mrs. Ethel Green 


PRINCETON 


TRINITY 


Mr. Charlie Odom 


Mrs. O. H. Barefoot 


Mrs. Bettie Hinton 




Mr. James C. Jackson 


WATKINS CHAPEL 


Mr. Richard Braswell 


None 


Mr. Royce Tart 




Mr. Henry Adams 


WHITE OAK 


Mr. Manuel Cook 


SARDIS 


Mrs. Ruby Batten Jones 


None 


Mrs. Arlis Andrews 




Mr. Fredrick Poole 


SELMA 




Mrs. N. M. Brannan 


WILSON'S MILLS 


Mrs. J. A. Jordan 


Mrs. Pat Bradley 


Mr. James Person 


Mr. Harvey Stuckey 


Mr. Jesse Stallings 


Mrs. Geraldine Creech 


Mrs. Flossie Barbour 


SHARON 




None 





41. N. R. Demchak presented the Report of The American Bible Society. He moved the 
adoption of this report which follows: 

REPORT OF THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY 

The world's population reached an estimated total of four billion people in 1974 — most of 
them without ready access to the Word of God. These people constitute the challenge con- 
fronting the churches dedicated to the proclaiming of the Gospel, and the Bible Societies, 
dedicated to the translation, publication and distribution of God's Word. 

Meeting the demand for additional Scripture Literacy Selections, particularly in Asia and 
Africa will require more than $63,000,000 over the next ten years. The American Bible Society 



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launched an appeal in 1974 inviting people to join the Fellowship of the Torchbearers for our 
Lord, and organization in which members pledge a monthly gift to help finance this world- 
wide program. 

As a primary supplier of Scriptures, The American Bible Society has for years maintained a 
close and continuing relationship with the Southern Baptists and their state and local 
organizations. In 1974, the Bible Society continued to fulfill Southern Baptist Scriptural needs 
with the production of 12 special editions, totalling over 1,105,000 copies. 

"Good News for Modern Man," the American Bible Society's New Testament in Today's 
English Version reached a total circulation of 47,000,000 copies by the end of 1974. An illus- 
trated edition of "Good News for Modern Man" was published in June with more than 200 
full-color photographs of the Holy Land. The complete Bible in Today's English Version is 
scheduled for publication in 1976. 

A 13-minute color film was produced in 1974 telling the story of the Good News for New 
Readers program. Membership in the Bible-a-Month Club continued to climb in 1974, reach- 
ing nearly 200,000. More than 10,000 persons in the U. S. A. have now enrolled as ABS volun- 
teers focus on one special project: promotion and distribution of new Scriptures, Bible-a- 
Month Club memberships and more. 

In addition to scores of other areas, the American Bible Society maintains a strong and 
effective program in countries where the Southern Baptist Convention has missionary ac- 
tivities. With total Scripture distribution up in most countries, more and more people have 
become involved with the Word of God. 

The American Bible Society gives special thanks to the Southern Baptist Convention for its 
close and continuing cooperation with the ABS in supporting the Bible cause. However, in a 
world whose people are more than ever in need of God's Word, the demand for Scriptures is 
growing, as are the programs of the Bible Society which serve the church's ministry. 

Hundreds of millions of people are hungry for God's Word. With unprecedented respon- 
sibilities and opportunities and working together, we can be faithful to the high calling to 
which we are committed. Help someone, somewhere to receive the Good News of Jesus 
Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
N. R. Demchak 

42. Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington presented the Report of Baptist Children's Homes of N. C, 
Inc. She moved the adoption of the report. 

Winfred Porter, representing the Baptist Children's Homes, brought greetings from the con- 
vention and spoke to the report. 



REPORT ON BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES 

Christian child care provided by the Baptist Children's Homes Of N. C. is a cooperative mis- 
sion. It was through the life, teaching and ministry of Christ and under leadership of the Holy 
Spirit that N. C. Baptists launched their child care ministry 90 years ago. Today it is recognized 
as one of the outstanding ministries of its kind in the nation. 

New and exciting developments are in progress throughout the state. During the past year 
emergency shelters were opened in Charlotte and Forest City to meet the needs of children 
requiring immediate assistance. Both Broyhill and Mills Home will have a new cottage for 
children constructed during the next year. Progress is being made to expand facilities at 
Odum Home. Increasing numbers of families are opening hearts and homes for the care of 
foster children. All of these indicate a living, vital growing ministry to people. 

At Kennedy Home during the past year, an exciting development has occured in a special 
group-therapy program for a small number of boys. The boys who have completed this pro- 
gram have shown encouraging progress in learning to cope with their problems, so much that 
there is a strong request from members of our staff to begin a similar program for girls in the 
fall of this year. 

The award winning film, "The Mountain Within", meets with praise and appreciation 



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wherever it is shown. It will continue to be available on request, either to the Communica- 
tions Department of the Baptist State Convention or to the Children's Homes. 

A cooperative mission requires that the parties involved have a clear common purpose to 
which they are firmly committed, undergirded by mutual trust, and clear communications. 
These factors characterize the relationships between the Baptists of N. C. and their Children's 
Homes. Through the Cooperative Program and the Thanksgiving Offering, Baptists 
throughout the state can share a commitment to Christian child care. In response, the staff of 
the Children's Homes is committed to translate this support into a dynamic ministry of love 
and concern for children and families in need. With God's continued blessing we will move 
together to fulfill our mission. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Carolyn Tharrington 

43. In the absence of Fletcher Ford the Moderator presented the Report of the Annuity 
Board. He moved the adoption of this report. 

1975 ASSOCIATIONAL REPORT 

Annuity Board of Southern Baptist Convention 

The Southern Baptist Convention Annuity Board serves as a lifeline of support for 10,034 
retired pastors and other church related workers or their widows. 

During 1974, the Board paid about $14 1/2 million in retirement and other protection 
benefits to these annuitants. In the Board's 57-year history, it has paid a total of over $125 
million in retirement and protection benefits. 

The Annuity Board also holds in trust and invests retirement contributions from 38,000 pas- 
tors, other church staff and denominational employees — which will be converted into an- 
nuity benefits when they retire. 

These funds held in trust amount to a record $353,445,743. While this seems a large amount 
of money, it needs to be noted that this must be divided by the number of future annuitants it 
will serve for the remainder of their lifetimes after retirement. 

The Annuity Board would have enjoyed its best year ever in 1974, but the stock market's 
downturn intervened. Realized and unrealized losses in income from bonds, short-term in- 
vestments, and common stocks amounted to $21 million. 

Gains in other investments reduced the net loss to $11 .3 million or three percent based on 
average investments. All investment funds, whether church-related or having other connec- 
tions, suffered from the stock market decline. 

As the stock market began to recover in early 1975, the losses also began to be recovered, 
Board President Darold H. Morgan said. 

In December, 1974, the Board issued a 13th Check to annuitants. It amounted to more than 
$675,000 and was equal to one month's benefits. It is called a 13th Check because it is issued 
above and beyond the 12 regular monthly benefit checks distributed to annuitants. 

Additional information about the Annuity Board may be obtained through the Develop- 
ment Office, Annuity Board, SBC, 511 North Akard Building, Dallas, Texas 75201. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fletcher Ford 

44. Mrs. G. Tom Scott reported for the Baptist Foundation. 

Edwin Coats representing the Baptist Foundation spoke briefly concerning the Foundation. 

REPORT ON BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., was chartered in 1919 by the Baptist State Con- 
vention. It has sought to assist individuals throughout the state in their estate planning, pro- 



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✓iding ways to support Baptist institutions and mission work on a permanent basis. Property 
ind funds placed with the Baptist Foundation are invested by a convention elected board of 

| directors with the income paid annually to the institution or mission cause designated by the 

j donor. 

! Individual assistance is provided Baptist throughout the state in the establishments of trusts 
that not only benefit the donor but also support the Christian Ministries of our denomination 
|| in a lasting, perpetual way. 

jj During the past two years, $230,070.41 has been given to the N. C. Baptist Foundation, Inc., 

I in the way of annuity trusts. In this type trust, the donor reserves the right to the income from 
the investments for their lifetime and then the income will be paid to the Baptist cause 

| specified in the original trust agreement. The laws of our land provide to the donor certain tax 

j advantages for the gift portion of these transactions. 

New gifts to be held in trust by the N. C. Baptist amounted to $635,079.57 during 1974-75 

I fiscal year. Added to the market value of assets held from previous years brings the total value 
to $2,331,559.67 as of June 30, 1975. Income from all assets held by the Foundation which 
have been or will be distributed to designated beneficiaries in the near future amounted to 
$76,257.82 for the past twelve months. 

Wills still account for a major portion of the funds held in trust by the Foundation. Should 
any individual or church need assistance, please contact Mr. Edwin S. Coates, Executive Secre- 
tary, N. C. Baptist Foundation, Inc., P. O. Box 26508, Raleigh, NC 27611 (Tel. No. 
919-833-1605) All inquires and assistance are considered confidential and personal matters. 

Respectfully submitted, 
(Mrs.) Chloe A. Scott 

45. John C. Grant reported on the North Carolina Baptist Hospital and moved the adoption 
of his report. 

Calvin Knight, representative of Baptist Hospital, spoke briefly of the work of the hospital. 



REPORT ON N.C. BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

There have been many significant developments, in several different areas, at your Baptist 
Hospital during the past year. 

The new ambulatory care unit is now open, making possible enlarged and improved serv- 
ices for Emergency Room, Out-Patient Clinics, Physical Therapy and other departments. 
Renovation of the West Wing will be complete and renovation on the South Wing will begin 
in early August. The third floor of the Progressive Care Unit has been remodeled to provide 26 
beds, therapy room and other improved facilities for Psychiatric services. 

The long-awaited EMI-scanner is now in use and is already proving beneficial in detecting 
blood clots, tumors, strokes and other abnormalities of the brain. 

A Family Practice Center opened July 1, 1975 to offer more primary medical care for patients 
and also to provide specialized training for physicians who choose to enter Family Practice. 

During the year the hospital had its biennial review by the Joint Commission on Hospital 
Accreditation. All areas of operation received an excellent report, but physician service, nurs- 
ing service and administration all received especially high commendation. 

It has been gratifying to note the increase in gifts of Baptist Churches during the past year. 
During the calendar year of 1974 the hospital received $258,898 through the Cooperative Pro- 
gram and $392,000 through the Mother's Day Offering. Hospital staff members have partici- 
pated in Cooperative Program promotion in cooperation with the State Convention Division 
of Stewardship and cooperative program promotion. 

The Department of Pastoral Care has opened a counseling center in Raleigh, its second 
satellite center. Plans are developing for a third satellite in the western part of the state. The 
Department has established a scholarship fund as a memorial to Dr. Richard K. Young, the 
department's first director, who died December 31. Full re-accrediation was given the School 
of Pastoral Care in December by the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. 

During the past year Mr. Reid T. Holmes retired as President of the hospital, after serving the 
hospital administration for 29 years. 



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It is therefore my hope and prayer that all of the churches in our association will make a 
special effort to include your Baptist Hospital in your missions giving. 



Respectfully submitted, 
John C. Grant 

46. Budd Smith reported on Christian Higher Education. He moved the adoption of the re- 
port. 

Dr. Blackmon brought greetings to the association from Campbell College. 
Garner Webb presented the 1975 Annual of the College to be placed in the Director of Mis- 
sions office. 

REPORT ON CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 



The Council on Christian Higher Education has been working to keep the colleges close to 
the Baptist Convention. The Colleges are truly active in Christian missions. Close relationship 
have been maintained with the Foreign Mission Board. The Education Commission of our 
Southern Baptist Convention has been active in helping in our mission fields. A cooperative 
visit to the schools of Hongkong and Japan has made it possible to have cooperative educa- 
tional programs with exchange of credits between our colleges and the Oriental schools. 

The seven colleges are enjoying a good year with enrolments of more than twelve thou- 
sand. Record enrolments have been achieved at Meredith, Mars Hill and Wake Forest. The 
others at Chowan, Campbell, Gardner Webb and Wingate have maintained good enrolments. 
This is a real success story for our colleges in a day when private colleges are suffering in the 
loss of students. Our colleges maintain that a good basic Christian education program is so 
important for a complete preparation in life at this time. 

The Cooperative Program, which gives every Baptist in North Carolina an opportunity to 
participate in the life line of the leaders in future years. In this day when we have allowed our- 
selves to become spectators rather than real participants, our Cooperative Program means so 
much to each individual wherever Baptist have programs. Our Baptist program believes in 
good basic Christian Education every day. The young people in our churches can be talked to 
and encouraged to attend one of our colleges. No college denies any Baptist young person an 
opportunity. They are willing to help with finances wherever there is need. 
The Cooperative Program made possible the following for our colleges last year. 

Campbell $416,066 
Chowan 263,333 
Gardner Webb 329,166 
Mars Hill 360,776 
Meredith 360,776 
Wake Forest 639,900 
Wingate 263,333 
These figures represent more than a million interested and participating friends. 
We hope that each Johnston association Church will become keenly interested in making it 
possible for any member of the church to attend a Baptist College. They will find real oppor- 
tunity for Christian love, fellowship, basic education, concerned guidance, and assistance in 
placement after graduation for 1976 we hope every church will make possible a visit to the 
campus of some one of our colleges. 

Our investment in a young person through Christian Education is truly an investment in 
eternity. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Budd E. Smith 



47. John Ryberg reported for the Christian Life Committee. He spoke briefly to the report 
and moved its adoption. 



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REPORT OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 



In North Carolina the basic work of the Christian Life Council is that of a resource, research 
and referral agency for North Carolina Baptist. The Council responds to daily inquiries from 
churches and individuals seeking to discover Christian insights for everyday living. Charles V. 
Petty is our first full-time director for this ministry; and he is easily one of the brightest stars 
around, reflecting the spiritual image of Jesus Christ. 

If your church has not experienced his influence, do see to it in the coming months. 

The Commission's (SBC) new literature, "Christian Life Style for Families," and "Christian 
Life Style for Youth," have been well proven by many churches in study-groups and seminars. 
And there is the time-honored series, "Issues and Answers," dealing with thirty perplexing 
issues confronting people today — in the light of Christian gospel. Churches within the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina may secure 1 -20 copies of each tract free. More than 20 
copies of each tract may be secured at a subsidized cost of 3 cents per tract. 

Before we can do very much with these social problems of the day, we need to be in- 
formed — from a Christian viewpoint. These materials will help. 

We who live in Johnston County do not live in spiritual and social isolation from the rest of 
the world. With the latest transportation and communication media, we are in instant touch 
with all the rest — good, bad and indifferent. It becomes us as churches to see to the use of 
these media, for the Good News of God in Jesus Christ. And this means more than psalm sing- 
ing on Sunday morning. 

We owe it to God and our children to be well versed in the social condition of our times, 
that in the spirit of Jesus Christ, and with His insight, we may give wings to the prayer He 
taught us to pray: 

"Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on Earth as it is in Heaven." 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Ryberg, Chairman 

48. Robert Leonard presented the report for Christian Literature. 

REPORT ON CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

In a day in which the moral climate of our nation and world is declining rapidly year by 
year, we as Christians need to be aware of the type of literature that comes into and is read in 
our homes, literature that will affect our Christian lives. The declining morals certainly can be 
seen in the printed materials, books and magazines, that are available today and that our 
families can read daily, weekly and monthly. 

I believe Southern Baptists are aware of the need of quality, Christian literature for the entire 
family and are doing a great deal to improve the reading habits of our Christian homes. The 
goal of Southern Baptists writers is to present Christian literature which has its origin in the 
Word of God, then using the Bible as the authoritative guide presenting literature designed to 
enlighten, support, and sustain the teachings found in the Bible and to encourage Christians 
to be faithful to their Lord, Jesus Christ. 

Among the quality Christian literature published by Souther Baptists are these. 

1. "Home Life Magazine", a Christian magazine for the entire family. 

2. "Open Windows", a pocket size daily devotional guide magazine for adults. 

3. "Encounter", a daily devotional guide for the Christian young person. 

4. "Event", a leisure reading magazine for youth, ages 12-17. 

5. "The Student", a magazine designed to help and encourage the Christian college stu- 
dent. 

These are just a few available through our Materials Services Department on the quarterly 
Church Literature form. May I challenge you to put more of these publications into the homes 
of your church. 

A must to be included in a report on Christian literature is our Baptist State paper, The Bibli- 
cal Recorder. For almost 143 years now the Biblical Recorder has been informing North 



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Carolina Baptists concerning the work of Baptists here in the state and throughout the 
Southern Baptist Convention. Editor Marse Grant has said, "Whenever something significant 
is happening among North Carolina Baptist, our readers are aware of it." 

The Biblical Recorder is one of the 33 state papers in the Southern Baptist Convention and 
one of the oldest, and as Editor Grant says, "We hope, one of the best." The present circula- 
tion of the Recorder is above 112,000 copies per week going into the homes to better inform 
Baptists concerning their mission as Christians and the mission of their church and 
denomination. 

A challenge was issued at the Southern Baptist Convention in Miami in June that a goal be 
reached of getting a state paper into two million Baptist homes by the year 1980, throughout 
the convention. One way of accomplishing this is by getting the local churches to include the 
state paper in their church budgets, a small cost, only five cents per week for the Recorder, for 
such a great return, a better informed and challenged church membership. 

Here is Johnston Association there are 20 churches who are on the Church Budget Plan, 
sending the Recorder to the church family, 14 churches with other types of clubs or individual 
subscriptions, and 17 churches with no clubs. May I challenge these churches that have no 
clubs and those who are not yet on the Church Budget Plan to consider the cost of "not" get- 
ting the Recorder into the homes of their members. I believe that it pays in many more ways 
than just the few dollars that you would try to save by not subscribing. May the challenge of 
Johnston Association be that of putting the Recorder in every Baptist home. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert E. Leonard 

49. A motion was made to approve all of the preceding reports, the motion was seconded 
and unanimously approved. 

50. Billy Rae Creech led the members in the singing of "Jesus Saves." 

51. Nancy Jones, from Pisgah Baptist Church, presented the special music. 

52. Wayne Martin presented the Report of North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc. He spoke 
briefly and moved the adoption of the report as follows: 

REPORT ON NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING 

There has never been a year in the history of your Baptist Homes when more people have 
sought the services of the Homes. This has been true particularly of the aging sick person. 
Almost daily calls come from older persons, and their families, inquiring about admission to 
one of your five resident Homes and the Skilled Nursing Care Facility of the Homes. 

Today there are some 21,000,000 Americans 65 and above, and this number, it is antici- 
pated, will grow by over 300,000 a year in the years ahead. The needs of aging people are over- 
whelming, and we must strive diligently to meet those needs. 

Although we can minister in our North Carolina Baptist Homes to only 230 persons at any 
given time, we have served hundreds of aging people through the twenty-four years that we 
have been on the scene at Resthaven, the Hayes Home, and the Nursing Care Unit, in 
Winston-Salem, and in our Homes at Albermarle, Hamilton, and Yanceyville. As God con- 
tinues to bless us and lead us, we will make every effort to expand our ministry and to reach 
out and help as many older persons as possible in the years ahead. We can do this only by the 
grace of the Lord and by the increased concern and giving of our Baptist people. 

Gifts for 1974-75 from our Baptist Churches, through the Cooperative Program and through 
the 3rd Sunday of February Offering for the Homes, reflect a very encouraging increase. This is 
great, and we are grateful especially since four out of every five persons who live in our 
Homes depend upon these love gifts for their care! Your love gift is a life-line to these deserv- 
ing older persons, and they could not be cared for in the majority of cases, if it were not for 
you. 

Signs on the horizon indicate that we will need greater financial support for our Homes for 
the Aging from our Baptist people than ever before. 
The most exciting development in the family of your Baptist Homes for the past year has 



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been the experience of obtaining one of the most beautiful locations in the Blue Ridge moun- 
tains of North Carolina for the proposed Western North Carolina Baptist Home. This site is a 
twenty-one acre tract of land overlooking the city of Asheville, better known as the Pearson 
Estate, on Richmond Hill, in Northwest Asheville. God Himself, we feel, has guided us in dis- 
covering this beautiful site. 

Plans are in the making now to raise $1,000,000 for the construction of this new proposed 
Western North Carolina Baptist Home. These plans initially will include 50 rooms for resi- 
dents, with living room, dining room, library, chapel and activities room, and other necessary 
rooms. With the completion of this Home, North Carolina Baptists will be enlarging their base 
of ministry to almost 300 persons, and older people from Western North Carolina will have a 
facility to serve the hundreds in their area who will need the service of this lovely facility now 
and in the years to come. 

Pray for the ministry of your Baptist Homes for the Aging. Give as liberally as possible that 
the overwhelming needs of older people in our midst might be met more adequately. Visit the 
Homes and see first-hand the personal joy that your gifts bring. Know that your ministry to 
even one of these dear older people is a ministry as unto Christ Himself. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wayne Martin 

53. William A. Poole, representative of the N. C. Baptist Homes, brought the afternoon 
message. He told of the work of Baptist, and their need to share Christ with persons who do 
not know Him. We should be a more faithful witness for the Lord because we are to move for- 
ward for the Lord, growing and giving to people in need through our Cooperative Program we 
are able to do this. 

REPORT OF STEWARDSHIP AND COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 

The faithful stewardship of individual Christians and the missionary vision of our churches, 
expressed through their support of the Cooperative Program enables Southern Baptists to 
maintain a growing World Missions Program at a time when many others are having to reduce 
their outreach. 

The sun never sets on your offering through the Cooperative Program, and it goes to help 
evangelize, to teach, to heal, as well as preach the Good News of God around the world. Con- 
sider how your gifts are used in God's service. More than 5,000 missionaries at home and in 
over 80 nations abroad receive a salary each month from your Cooperative Program dollar. 
These are the called of God to go preach, teach, nurse, doctor, and to do many other tasks. 
They have gone out from our churches to serve God as he directs them. Moreover, the aged, 
the sick, the widows, and homeless children have been helped by your gifts. 

Last year, 1,026 churches increased their gifts through the Cooperative Program by 15 per- 
cent or more, and three associations in our state had 100 percent of their churches giving 
through the Cooperative Program. 

To Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Cooperative Program let us commit ourselves to 
do four things: 

1. Each church increase its gifts to the Cooperative Program by 15% or more. 

2. Pray for your home and foreign missionaries at each service in your church during Octo- 
ber. 

3. Contribute through the Cooperative Program every month. 

4. Have a stewardship workshop in the Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Walter S. Jones, Jr. 

54. R. E. Moore announced that 42 churches were represented and 28 pastors, 71 men, 136 
women with a total attendance of 235 on Monday night. He also announced changes in the 
Associational Calendar. 

55. Hoyt Lock recognized Robert Leonard, pastor of Hephzibah Baptist Church, to give in- 
structions concerning the meal, to offer a prayer and ask the blessing on the evening meal We 
stood adjourned. 



39 



56. The moderator called the Evening Session to order. Billy Rae Creech led the assembly in 
the singing of "Love Lifted Me." 

57. W. B. Shipp read the scripture taken from Isaiah 36 and led in prayer. 

58. Wayne Martin presented the Report of the Resolution Committee. He moved the adop- 
tion of the report as follows: 

THE RESOLUTION COMMITTEE REPORT 

WHEREAS, the Seventy-Third Annual Session of the Johnston Baptist Association has en- 
joyed delightful fellowship with two of its sister churches; and 

WHEREAS, this Johnston Baptist Association has enjoyed a year of continual growth inspite 
of a year of financial and occupational uncertainty; and 

WHEREAS, the Annual Session of our Associational meeting has provided moments of great 
inspiration; and 

WHEREAS, the 1975 Session of the Baptist State Convention of N. C. faces a matter of 
serious concern; therefore, 

RESOLVED, that the Seventy-Third Annual Session of the Johnston Baptist Association ex- 
press its appreciation to Thanksgiving and Hephzibah Churches and to Group 3 — Sardis, Par- 
rish Memorial, Pine Level, Pinkney, Stevens Chapel and Princeton churches — for their 
generous hospitality. 

RESOLVED, that we express our appreciation to the Rev. Raymond Moore, the Rev. Hoyt 
Lock, Rev. Horace Ricks, and Mrs. Edward Renfrow for their Christian spirit and their work for 
the association in 1974-75. 

RESOLVED, that we, the Messengers to the Annual Session of the Johnston Baptist Associ- 
ation, express our appreciation to the program committee, to all lay persons and ministers for 
their efforts in making this meeting an inspiration for all who participated in it. 

RESOLVED, that the 1974-75 Session of the Johnston Baptist Association expresses our 
deepest appreciation to the Search Committee of this N. C. Baptist State Convention and en- 
dorse the General Board's Recommendation concerning the calling of the new Executive Sec- 
retary of the Baptist State Convention of N. C. at its Annual Session on November 10-12 
Asheville, North Carolina. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wayne Martin, Chairman 

59. The film, "Rope of Sand," produced by the Southern Baptist Stewardship Division was 
shown to promote the Cooperative Program and to show that giving is at the heart of the 
Christian faith. 

60. Charles, Wiggs, a native of Johnston County and a missionary to Pusan, Korea, on 
furlough, brought the message. His theme was "Freedom." He read from John 8:32-36. He 
asked that we pause and give thanks for our freedom here in America. He spoke on his work 
and the freedom of teaching and witnessing for Christ in Korea. Korea has increased from 12 
churches to 560 churches and their goal by 1985 is to have 1,000 churches. Thirteen per cent 
of the people in Korea are Christians. They have the freedom to heal in Baptist Hospital. He 
offered a prayer that God would keep America and Korea free and that the Lord would call so- 
meone from this association to go to the mission field. 

61. Billy Rae Creech led the members in the singing of, "When We Walk with the Lord." 

62. The Hephzibah Youth For Christ Choir presented two numbers. "I Got More To Go To 
Heaven For," and "I Came to Praise the Lord." 

63. Hoyt Lock introduced Edward H. Pruden, to bring the closing message. 

Dr. Pruden's message pointed out the difference in our Baptist churches, but that we are all 
committed to Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, but are free to serve in our way and as He 
leads. Baptists have a great faith and are led by Christ to do his work in the world. 

While there is much in this world to discourage us, there is more to encourage us. The bat- 
tle is not ours, but the Lord's. The victory is of God. 

64. Hoyt Lock declared the adjournment of the Session and pronounced the benediction. 



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Calendar 



1975 



NOVEMBER 



1975 



Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thi 



Fri. 



2 3 

9 10 

16 17 

23 24 
30 



4 5 6 

11 12 13 

18 19 20 

25 26 27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



Sat. 
1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



2 High Attendance Day in Sunday School 
2-9 Royal Ambassador Week 

3 BAPTIST WOMEN DAY OF PRAYER, 
Sharon 

3 BROTHERHOOD WORKSHOP, Pine Level 
7-8 Youth Council Retreat, Caraway 
9-10 State Laymen's Conference, Ashville 
10-12 Baptist State Convention, Ashville 

16 American Bible Society Day 

17 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

17 PEOPLE SEARCH CONFERENCE, 
Hephzibah 

21-22 Assn'l Acteen Officers, Mundo Vista 
21 January Bible Study Clinic, Campbell C. 

21-22 Crusader R. A. Congress, Raleigh 
23 National Day of Prayer 

23 Baptist Children's Home Offering 

26- 29 BSU International Student Conf 

24 M NIGHT 

27 Thanksgiving Day 

27- 29 Holiday S. S. Retreat for Workers in Small 

Churches, Ridgecrest 



1975 


DECEMBER 


1975 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. 


Wed. 


Thur. 


Fri. Sot. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 27 


28 


29 


30 


31 








1976 


JANUARY 


1976 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. 


Wed. 


Thur. 


Fri. Sot. 










1 


2 3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 31 



7 Foreign Mission Day in S. S. 

9 SUNDAY SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETING, 
Pine Level 
15 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
25 Christmas Day 
28 Student Day at Christmas 

30 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 

31 Watchnight, Pray for Revival in 1976 

"Make Your Will Month" 
1 New Year's Day 

5-9 January Bible Study Week 

5-9 Ass'n Leadership Development, Seminary 
16-17 Home Miss. Teacher Training, Caraway 

11 Soul Winning Commitment Day 

19 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
20-21 S. S. Planning Workshop, Raleigh 
23-25 High School Senior's Retreat, Caraway 

25 Baptist Men's Day 



1976 


FEBRUARY 


1976 


Sun. Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sot. 


1 2 


3 4 5 


6 


7 


8 9 


10 11 12 


13 


14 


15 16 


17 18 19 


20 


21 


22 23 


24 25 26 


27 


28 


29 









"Five Fabulous Sundays" 
1 Baptist World Alliance Sunday 
2-4 State Evangelism Conference, Ashville 
5-6 Day Camp Workshop, Mundo Vista 

7 Summer Missions Interviews 

8 Race Relations Sunday 
8-14 WMU Focus Week 

9 SUNDAY SCHOOL TRAINING CONF., 
Hephzibah 

16 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
42 



1976 




MARCH 


1976 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. Sot. 




1 


2 3 4 


5 6 


7 


8 


9 10 11 


12 13 


14 


15 


16 17 18 


19 20 


21 


22 


23 24 25 


26 27 


28 


29 


30 31 





16- 18 LAY EVANGELISM SCHOOL 

21 BAPTIST YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN, 
Corinth 

20-21 Laymen's Witnessing Institute, G-W C 

1-2 & 4 Metropolitan Missions Conferences 
5-6 Day Camp Directors Workshop, Mundo V. 
7-14 Week of Prayer for Home Missions 
15-16 SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS 
WORKSHOP, Heph. 

17- 19 State VBS Clinic, Wingate College 
19-20 State Pioneer R. A. Congress 

20 ASSOCIATION YOUTH RALLY, Micro 

22 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

22 ASSOCIATION EVANGELISM RALLY, Aft. 
& Eve. 

24-25 Rural Church Conference, Fruitland 
26-27 Weekday Early Education Workshop 
30 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



1976 






APRIL 






1976 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. 


Wed. 


Thur. 


Fri. 


Sot. 










1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 





1976 



MAY 



1976 



Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thi 



Fri. Sat. 



1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 31 



2 PraiSing, Charlotte 
4-10 REVIVALS IN OUR CHURCHES 
11-17 REVIVALS IN OUR CHURCHES 
2-3 Weekday Early Education Workshop 
2-4 BSU Spring Conference 
3W. M. U. ANNUAL MEETING, Watkin's 
Chapel 

5 MEN AND BOYS MISSION RALLY, Plea- 
sant Gr. 

9 ACTEEN RALLY, Parrish Memorial 
12 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
18 Easter 

22- 24 Special Workers Retreat, Mundo V. 

23- 24 Weekend RA Camp, Grades 4-12, Caraway 
23-24 Baptist Youth Convention, Raleigh 

23-25 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

24 YOUNGER G. A. MEETING, Beulah 

26 VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL CLINIC, 
Smithfield 

25 Life Commitment Day 
19-23 Doctrinal Emphasis Week 

1 OLDER G. A. SLEEPOVER, Clayton First 
2-9 Christian Home Week 
5-6 Daycamp Workshop, Mundo Vista 
5-6 Baptist Women's Retreat, Mundo Vista 
7-8 Circle Of Love (Family age groups) 
7-8 Baptist Men's Retreat, Mundo Vista 

9 Mother's Day and Offering for Hospital 
14-15 Baptist Women's Retreat, Mundo Vista 

16 Radio and TV Sunday 

17 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

21-22 Mother-Daughter Camp, Mundo Vista 

21-22 State R. A. Track Meet 

22 MISSIONS FRIENDS DAY, Carter's Chapel 

27- 31 Student Week at Ridgecrest 

28- 29 Correctional Ministries Conference 



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1976 




JUNE 






1976 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. 


Wed. 


Thur. 


Fri. 


Set. 






1 
i 




3 
3 


A 

-tr 


C 
J 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 







1 Orientation for Summer Workers 
1-3 Student Week at Ridgecrest 
7-11 Youth Ministries Week, Caswell 

13 Religious Liberty Sunday 

14 Camp Caraway Opens 

14-18 Children's Choir Camp, Caswell 

13- 14 W. M. U. Meeting (SBC) Norfork 

14- 18 G. A. Camp, Fruitland 

14- 18 G. A. Camp, Mundo Vista 

15- 17 Southern Baptist Convention, Norfork 
21-25 Church Ministries & Training, Caswell 
21-25 G. A. Camp, Fruitland 

21-25 G. A. Camp, Mundo Vista 
25-26 Baptist Young Women Retreat, Mundo 
Vista 

28-July 2 Youth Bible Conference, Caswell 

20 Father's Day, Offering for Colleges 

21 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
29 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



1976 






JULY 




1976 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. 


Wed. 


Thur. 


Fri. 


Sat. 










1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 



4 Christian Citizenship Sunday 
5-9 Acteen Camp, Mundo Vista 
5-9 Week of Christian Study & Fellowship, Mars 

Hill College 
5-9 Children's Choir Camp, Fruitland 
5-9 World Missions Week, Caswell 
6 Sunday School Briefing Meeting, Raleigh 
9-11 Acteen Leaders Retreat, Mundo Vista 
11 Christian Literature Sunday 
12-16 Children's Choir Camp, Fruitland 
12-16 Youth Conference, Caswell 
12-16 Acteen Camp, Mundo Vista 

19 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
19-23 Acteen Camp, Mundo Vista 
19-23 Ass'n Dir. Missions Conference 
19-23 Youth-Adult Music Week, Caswell 
26-30 G. A. Camp, Mundo Vista 
26-30 Youth Conference, Caswell 



1976 


AUGUST 


1976 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sot. 


1 


2 


3 4 5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 11 12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 18 19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 25 26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 







2-6 G. A. Camp, Mundo Vista 
2-6 Youth Conference, Caswell 
8 Language Missions Day 
9-13 G. A. Camp, Mundo Vista 
9-13 Vacation Week, Caswell 
12-14 Retreat for Exceptional Persons, Casw. 
13 Statewide Youth Evangelism Night, Greens. 
16 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
16-20 G. A. Camp, Mundo Vista 
22-28 Week of Prayer for Associational Miss. 
27-28 Assn'l WMU Workshop, Mundo Vista 
27-28 Brotherhood Leadership Training, Cara. 
29 On to College Day 



44 



1976 




SEPTEMBER 


1976 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fr;. 


Sot. 






1 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 8 9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 15 lo 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 22 23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 29 30 







3-4 Assn'l WMU Officers workshop, Mundo 
Vis. 

10-11 State Crusader R. A. Congress 
10-11 WMU Couples Retreat, Mundo Vista 
13-17 Missionary Education Dialogues 
15-17 Multi-Vention, Caraway 

14 SUNDAY SCHOOL LEADERSHIP NIGHT 
17-18 Mother Daughter Camp, Mundo Vista 

19 State Missions Day and Offering 
20-24 Area S. S. Bible Conference 

20 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

20 W. M. U. LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP 
24-25 Baptist Women Retreat, Mundo Vista 
24-26 Business and Professional Men's Retreat, 

Caraway 
26-Oct. 3 S. S. Preparation Week 

28 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 



1976 


OCTOBER 




1976 


Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. Wed. Thur. 


Fri. 


Sat. 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 6 7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 13 14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 20 21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 27 28 


29 


30 


31 











1-2 Younger Crusader R. A. Camp, Caraway 
1-2 Pastor's and S. S. Director's Workshop, 
Caraway 

1-2 Adult S. S. Workers Workshop, Caraway 
1-2 Baptist Women's Retreat, Mundo Vista 
4-5 Baptist Women Study Workshop 
6,13,20,27 Cooperative Program Emphasis 
8-9 B. Y. W. Convention 
8-9 Pastors and S. S. Directors, Ridgecrest 
8-9 Adult S. S. Workers Workshop, Ridgecrest 
8-10 Deacons Retreat, Caraway 
10 Biblical Recorder Day 
11-12 Baptist Women Study Workshop 

18 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
18-19 ANNUAL ASSOCIATION AL MEETING, 

Pauline (Mon) Sharon (Tue) 
21-23 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 



1976 NOVEMBER 1976 



Sun. 


Mon. 


Tues. 


Wed. 


Thur. 


Fri. 


Sot. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 











1-7 Royal Ambassador Week 

5-7 BSU Fall Convention 

7-8 State Layman's Conference 

11-12 Youth Retreat, Caraway 

14 American Bible Sunday 

14- 16 State Laymen's Conference, Fayettevil 

15- 16 Baptist State Convention, Fayettevill 
19-20 Assn'l Acteen Officers Retreat, M V. 

22 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

24-27 International Student Retreat 

25 Thanksgiving Day 

21 Child Care Day in Sunday School 
28-Dec. 5 Week of Prayer for Foreign Miss. 



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1976 



DECEMBER 



1976 



5 Foreign Mission Day 



Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sot. 



6 M NIGHT 
25 Christmas Day 



12 3 4 



26 Student Day at Christmas 
20 PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 
28 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 

26 27 28 29 30 31 



LET CHRIST'S FREEDOM RING 

This year we will celebrate a significant annivers- 
ary. Let us really make "Let Christ's Freedom Ring" 
our slogan to inspire better work in our churches. 

In evangelism, we will have the theme — 
"Proclamation 76 with emphasis on simultaneous 
efforts in evangelism. See the Evangelism Planning 
Calendar for a guide. 

In Sunday School, we will be concerned with 
"Outreach" and "Action". A seminar will be held 
at Ridgecrest, Oct. 27-31, to kick off S. S. plans for 
the year. 

In Church Training, we will be concerned with 
"Inreach" and training church leaders for all 
places of leadership in the church. 

Churches are also urged to use the "Church 
Missions Committee Manual" (available Oct. 15) 
to assist them in planning to do mission work 
locally. 

Our associational organizations will be availa- 
ble to assist churches in planning and executing 
their plans for work in 1975-1976. 



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PASTORS & ADDRESSES 


Robert G. Brooks, Rt. 1, Box 310, Clayton 27520 
Shuford 0. Evans, Rt. 1, Box 451, Wendell -27591 
Donald M. Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504 
Billie Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart St., Clayton 


C. Vance Johnson, 526 Rice Circle, Wake Forest 27587 

John 0. Waller, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

James D. Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Leroy Witt, Rt. 3, Box 72, Clayton 27520 


Robert Barefoot, 104 S. Rogers Dr., Smithfield 27577 
Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Randolph M. Kesler, Rt. 1, Box 214, Wendell 27591 


James Bock, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 
N. R. Demchak, Rt. 3, Box 480, Smithfield 27577 
Walter S. Jones, Jr., Box 152, Smithfield 27577 
Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 
William E. Davis, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Robert E. Leonard, Rt. 1, Box 177, Princeton 27569 
Mike Moore, Box 358, Clayton 27520 
Dennis Guy, Rt. 1, Box 880, Faison 28341 
James D. Tucker, Box 633, Kenly 27542 

Don Cashwell, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 1 


Hoyt M. Lock, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

John Ench, 512 Robertson St., Clayton 27520 

Leonard Braswell, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

William B. Taylor, Box 224, Middlesex 27557 r 
Kenneth Helms, 439 Judson Dr., Wake Forest 27387 < 


Guy C. Moore, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 I 
W. B. Shipp, 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield 27577 

Billy Ray Pittman, 420 Stewart St., Clayton 27520 J 
Harold Medlin, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 j 
Niles Compton, Rt. 4, Box 148, Benson 27504 J 


TABLE A CHURCH M 


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State 

NORTH CAROLIIS 


Associational Clerk 

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Benson Grove 


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Blackman's Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 
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Cedar Grove 
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TABLE A CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 1975 


Association 

JOHNSTON 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Clerk 

HORACE W. RICKS 


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Box 215 Princeton N.C. 27569 


PASTORS & ADDRESSES 


Doland T. Humphries, Pine Level 27568 

James R. Rowe, Rt. 2, Fremont 27830 

Donald Keith Horn, Rt. 1, Box 295, Smithfield 27577 

D. Kemp Young, Rt. 1, Box 214, Willow Springs 27592 

Horace W. Ricks, Box 215, Princeton 27569 


J. Odis Darnell, 328 West Ave., Wake Forest 27587 
D. Wayne Martin, 506 W. Waddell St., Selma 27576 
Kenneth Thrasher, Box 481, Smithfield 27577 
Edwards Lewis, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 
John Ryberg, Box 209, Smithfield 27577 


Frank Grant, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

John C. Grant, Rt. 2, Benson 2750-": 

Richard M. Swift, Rt. 1, Box 204A, Zebulon 27597 

C. W. Driver, Rt. 2, Box 589, Clayton 27520 

Joseph C. Deaton, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 117, Smithfield 27577 


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Pine Level 

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Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 

Smithfield First 


Stevens Chapel 

Thanksgiving 

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White Oak 
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Association 

JOHNSTON | 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Sunday School Director 

JOHN D. JOHNSON 


Address City State Zip 

Route 1 Selma North Carolina 27569 




SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Leon Whitley, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Phil Barbour, Rt. 1, Box 45, Clayton 27520 

John Garrett, Box 950, Wendell 27591 

Ernest D. Strickland, E. Morris Ave., Benson 27504 

Lavon Ennis, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 


Floyd Watkins, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Bobby Godwin, 901 E. Horne St., Clayton 
Wade Lee Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Lawrence Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Bobby Johnson, Rt. 4, Benson 27504 


Mrs. John Morgan, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Roger Edwards, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Donnie Price, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
James Ellerbe, 415 Canady St., Clayton 27520 
EInathan Brown, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 


Wilbur Pulley, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Russell Simmons, Rt. 3, Box 538B, Smithfield 27577 

W. G. Ricks, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Douglas Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 44F, Four Oaks 27524 

Bobby Wall, Route 1, Middlesex 27557 


Steve Daughtry, Rt. 1, Box, Princeton 27569 
Hermon Jones, 216 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27540 
J. R. Hudson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 
Jimmy Beiley, Kenly 27542 
Garland Johnson, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Jerry Norris, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Billy Stephenson, Rt. 3, Box 546, Clayton 27520 

Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Linwood Walston, Box 71, Middlesex 27557 

T. W. Wall, Jr., Caroline Dr., Newton Grove 28366 


Charles Boykin, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

Broxton Braswell, 32 W. Waddle Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Landis Adam, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Darrell Bass, Box 65, Micro 27555 

Roger Gower, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 


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JOHNSTON 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Sunday School Director 

JOHN D.JOHNSON 


Address City State Zip 

Route 1 Selma North Carolina 27569 




SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Clyde Mozingo, Pine Level 27568 

Gerald Bedford, Rt. 2, Pikeville 27863 

Perk Braswell, Rt. 1, Box 230, Smithfield 27577 

James D. Montague, Rt. 1, Willow Sunnn-; 27592 

Clitus Hinton, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 


Larry Ingram, Princeton 27569 

Dennis Davis, 206 N.Sharpe St., Selma 27576 

Charles Strickland, 111 Holding St., Smithfield 

Don Adams, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

M. A. Morgan, 122 W. Riverside Dr., Smithfield 27577 


David A. Peedin, Rt. 3, Box 45, Selma 27576 
Jimmy Gordon, Hwy 301 N. Smithfield 27577 
J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Norman Driver, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Hoyt Castleberry, Rt. 2, Box 562, Clayton 27520 
Charlie Wood, Box 125, Wilson's Mills 27593 


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TABLE C TRAINING UNION 1975 


Association 

JOHNSTON 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Training Union Director 

HAYT LOCK 


Address City State Zip 

Route 1 Selma North Carolina 27576 




TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 




Larry Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 


Robert Barefoot, 104 S. Rogers Dr., Smithfield 27577 
Bruce Carroll, 316 Barnes St., Clayton 27520 




Alton E.Wood, 1913 Hwy 70 West, Clayton 27520 


John Auton, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
Ralph Moore, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 




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Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
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Burnell 


Calvary 
Carters Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton, First 
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Corinth 

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Faith 

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Hales Chapel 


Hephzibah 
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Kenly 

Lee's Chapel 


Live Oak 
Lyles Memorial 
Micro 
Middlesex 
Newton Grove 


Nobles Chapel 
North Smithfield 
Oliver's Grove 
Parrish Memorial 
Pauline 



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Association 

JOHNSTON 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational Music Director 

BILLY RAE CREECH 


Address City State Zip 

Route 1 Selma N.C. 27569 


MUSIC DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Doyt Davis, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Earl Standley, Rt. 1, Box 8, Clayton 27520 

Paul Brown, Jr., Rt. 4, Zebulon 27597 


Mary A. Lane, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 
Carol Jones, Wellons St., Smithfield 27577 
Willard McLamb, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Mrs. Edwin Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 


Miss Martha Strickland, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Bertis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

Jim Elmore, 709 Magnolia Ave., Dunn 28334 


Mrs. Mary Bunn, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Mrs. Louise H. Hall, Rt. 3, Box 237, Selma 27576 

Mike Holt, 701 W. Parrish Dr., Benson 27504 
Larry Dupree, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Randall Daughtry, Rt. 1, Box 246, Princeton 27569 
Mrs. Charlotte Wood, Rt. 2, Lot 37, Buffalo Rd., Garner 
Mrs. Talmadge Johnson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 
Mrs. R. A. Simmons, Kerly 27542 
Mrs. Janie F. Johnson, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Billy Ray Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Billy Stephenson, Rt. 3, Box 546, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Billy Corbett, Rt. 2, Middlesex 27557 

T. W. Wall, Jr., Carolina Dr., Newton Grove 28366 


Mrs. Gearldine Moore, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

Braxton Braswell, 32 W. Waddell Dr., Smithfield 27577 

James Ryals, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27520 

Bill Braswell, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 


CHURCHES 


Antioch 
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Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 


Bethany 
Bethesda 
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Blackmon's Grove 
Burnell 


Calvary 

Carter's Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton First 
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Corinth 

Crestwood 

Faith 

Four Oaks 
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Hephgibah 
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Association 

JOHNSTON 


State 

NORTH CAROLINA 


Associational WMU Director 


Address C '*V State Zip 


WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Cleo Stancil, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Nadine Wells, Rt. 1, Box 60, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Doris Driver, Rt. 4, Zebulon 27597 

Mrs. W. R. Lambert, Rt. 1, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Narron Lee, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 


Mildred Evans, Rt. 1, Lucama 27851 

Dixie Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Glenwood Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Mrs. Woodrow Wood, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. Mayo Tart, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


Mrs. Warren Lee, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Mrs. Roger Edwards, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Mrs. E. W. Ellis, 331 S. Page St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Braxton Morris, Box 250, Wendell 27591 


Mrs. Joyce E. Johnson, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 
Mrs. Kathy Simmons, Rt. 3, Box 538 B, Smithfield 
Mrs. Ruth Howell, N. Webb St., Ext., Selma 27576 
Mrs. Elwood Banks, Hwy. 301 N. Four Oaks 27520 
Miss B. Jaye Bunn, Rt. 3, Box 12, Zebulon 27597 


Mrs. Elsie Gurley, Rt. 1, Box 197, Princeton 27569 

Mrs. Selmadine Tart, 409 N. Robertson St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Joe E. Hudson, Rt. 2, Box 245, Benson 27504 

Mrs. E. L. Etheridge, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Ethel Faison, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Mrs. Elsie Sellars, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Mrs.Muriel Heath, 706 Pond St., Clayton 
Mrs. Pervy Parrish, Box 251, Micro 27555 
Mrs. Jake Wright, Box, Middlesex 27557 
Mrs. Dock Bennett, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 


Mrs. Dolly Stallings, Box 67, Sims 27880 

Mrs. Barbara Price, Rt. 1, Box 373A, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Horace Pitts, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Eunice Weeks, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 


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Bethany 
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Burnell 


Calvary 

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Live Oak 
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North Smithfield 
Olives Grove 
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Association 

JOHNSTON 


State 

WORTH CAROI INA 


Associational Brotherhood Director 
REN PARKER 


Address City State Zip 

Pine Level N. C. 27568 




BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Ben Parker, Pine Level 27568 

Irvin Thompson, Rt. 1, Box 280, Smithfield 27577 
Glenn Carroll, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 


Keith Bond, 906 N. Sharpe St., Selma 27576 
W. 0. Buie, 912 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577 


Landis Howell, Rt. 2, Box 372, Smithfield 27577 

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Glenn Moore, Rt. 2, Box 586, Clayton 27520 
Edward Jones, Stancil St., Smithfield 


TOTALS 


CHURCHES 


Pine Level 

Pinkney 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 
Princeton 


Sardis 
Selma 
Sharon 
Shiloh 

Smithfield First 


Stevens Chapel 

Thanksgiving 

Trinity 

Watkins Chapel 
White Oak 
Wilson's Mills 





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NORTH CAROLINA 


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Fred Johnson, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Etta Mae Canady, 203 Blanche St., Clayton 27520 

Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

P. H. Denning, Jr., Box 96, Benson 27504 

Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 


Donald R. Creech, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Dennis Kennedy, Fernwood Dr., Clayton 27520 

Malah McLamb, Rt. 4, Benson 27504 

Ronald Massengill, Rt. 2, Box 299, Four Oaks 27524 

Duey Johnson, Rt. 3, Benson 27504 


E. B. Williams, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Kenneth Anderson, Box 102, Micro 27555 
Henry F. Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893 
James Cash, Box 417, Clayton 27520 
L. C. Medlin, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 222, Wendell 


O. Wyatt Andrews, Box 312, Wendell 27591 
Lacy Wall, 206 Pace St., Smithrield 27577 
Clarence Brown, Micro Rd., Selma 27576 
Jesse Keen, Box 291, Four Oaks 27524 
Mrs. Clio Vann, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Charles G. Pilkington, Rt. 3, Box 132, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Shirley Bass, 706 E. Joyner St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. J. R. Hudson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 
J. D. Bailey, Kenly 27542 
Oris Stallings, Box 204, Middlesex 27557 


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Gene Price, 706 E. Parrish St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Pervy Parrish, Box 251, Micro 27555 

Cecil Williford, Box 240, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. Judy West, Caroline Dr., Newton Grove 28366 


Reuben Strickland, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

Mrs. Hazel Whitley, 19 W. Waddle Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Thel Price, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

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Associational Superintendent of Missions (Associational Missionary) 

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CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 


Gail H. Brown, Rt. 2, Box 210, Selma 27576 
Mrs. Mary Chappell, Rt. 1, Box 58, Clayton 27520 
Mrs. Harold Andrews, Box 331, Wendell 27591 
Mrs. T. S. Benton, 307 W. Church St., Benson 27504 
Frances Barbour, Rt. 3, Box 400, Benson 27504 


0. B. Batten, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Carol Jones, Wellons St., Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Freddie L. Beasley, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Herma Massengill, Rt. 2, Box 299, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Box 226, Four Oaks 27524 


Mrs. John Morgan, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Roger Sutton, Rt. 2, Box 148, Kenly 27542 
Gearline W. Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893 
Mrs. J. W. Lee, 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520 
Mrs. A. M. Johnson, Box 684, Wendell 27591 


Mrs. W. F. Andrews, Box 312, Wendell 27591 

Mrs. Louise Wall, Rt. 3, Box 237, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Myrtle Ballard, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

J. Bryan Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 27524 

Mrs. Dorothy F. Chamblee, Rt. 1, Box 66A, Zebulon 27597 


Mrs. Sheila Braswell, Rt. 2, Box 332 E. Smithfield 27577 

Roy Benson, Box 625, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Rt. 2, Box 213, Benson 27504 

Mrs. H. V. Edgerton, Box 663, Kenly 27542 

Mrs. Ethel Faison, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Mrs. Fay Edwards, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Betty J. Evans, 411 Andrews St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Shelby Jean, Barnes, Rt 3, Box 272A, Selma 27576 

Mrs. Jake Wright, Box, Middlesex 27557 

Mrs. T. A. Williford, Box 128, Newton Grove 28366 


Mrs. Ruth Statt, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

Mrs. Barbara Price, Rt. 1, Box 373A, Smithfield 

Johnny Stewart, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27525 

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Association 

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NORTH CAROLINA 


Moderator 

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Address City State Zip 

Rt. 1 Selma North Carolina 27576 




CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS 67 ADDRESSES 


Johnny Marron, Rt. 1, Solma 27576 

Lawronco Canody, 203 Blancho St., Clayton 27520 

Barry Chambloe, Rt. 3, Wendell 25591 

Lavalle Levinson, Pine St., Benson 27504 

Barry Barbour, Rt. 3, Box 400, Benson 27504 


W. P. Whitloy, Rt. 2, Konly 27542 

Luthor Puckott. Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Molah McLamb, Rt. 4, Benson 27504 

Aaron D. Wood, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Box 226, Four Oaks 27524 


E. B. Williams, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Ivoy Prico, Rt. 2, Solma 27576 

Henry F. Dail, 124 Boswoll St., Wilson 27893 

W. R. O'Neal, 51 7 Starling St., Clayton 27520 

W. R. Doan, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 325, Wendell 27591 


Lacy Wall, 206 Pace St., Smithfield 27577 
W. G. Ricks, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Lynwood Daughtry, Four Oaks 27524 
Larry Duproo, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 


Waylon Howell, Rt. 1, Box 152, Princeton 27569 
Chester Capps, 1327 W. Main St., Clayton 27520 
W. A. Hood, Rt. 2, Box 212, Benson 27504 
Hilton Ronfrow, Konly 27542 
Joo Faison, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 


Billy Ray Creech, Rt. 1, Solma 27576 

Honry Woodell, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Ralph Moore, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Donald Dean-, Rt. 2, Middlesex 27557 

Maddroy Bass. Carolina Dr., Nowton Grovo 28366 


That! Sharp, Jr., Rt. 1, Sims 27880 ! 
Edwin Price, Rt. 1, Box 373A, Smithfield 27577 j 
James Hyals Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Arbie Bass, Box 65, Micro 27555 ! 
Huflh Allen, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 


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Clydos Chapel 


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Hales Chapel 


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Hocutt Memorial 
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Lylos Memorial 
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Nowton Grovo 


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Oliver's Grove 
Parrish Memorial 



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Church Directory 



REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Antioch— Worth Brown, Rt. 2, Box 210, Selma 27576 

Bobby Hinton, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
Baptist Center— Tommy Doughtie, Rt. 2, Box 289-B, Clayton 27520 
Baptist Tabernacle— Rupert Harris, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
Benson — J. W. Thompson, Box 463, Benson 27504 

R. Whitley Hood, Box 276, Benson 27504 
Benson Grove — 
Bethany — 
Bethesda— 

Beulah— James D. Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Colonel Wood, Rt. 4, Benson 27504 

Randel Lee, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Blackman's Grove — James W. Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Earl Johnson, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
Burnell— Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Box 226, Four Oaks 27524 
Calvary— E. B. Williams, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
Carter's Chapel — 
Cedar Grove- 
Clayton First — 
Clydes Chapel — 

Corinth— Mrs. Carl Glover, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

James Bock, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 
Crestwood— N. R. Demcheck, Rt. 3, Box 480, Smithfield 27577 
Faith— Walter Jones, Box 152, Smithfield 27577 

W. G. Ricks, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Four Oaks— Othel Minshew, Four Oaks 27524 
Hales Chapel — Herman Hocutt, Box 1151, Zebulon 27597 
Hephzibah— Waylon Howell, Rt. 1, Box 152, Princeton 27569 
Hocutt Memorial— Chester Capps, 1327 W. Main St., Clayton 27520 
Hood's Grove — 
Kenly— 

Lee's Chapel — Louis Driver, N. Chestnut St., Middlesex 27557 
Live Oak — John Johnson, Selma 27576 
Lyles Memorial — 
Micro — 

Middlesex— John Brantley, Box 211, Middlesex 27557 
Newton Grove — 

Nobles Chapel— Charles B. Boykin, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 
North Smithfield — 
Olivers Grove — 
Parrish Memorial — 

Pauline— Hugh Allen, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Frank Walker, Smithfield 27577 
Pine Level— Harold Pudin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Pinkney — 

Pisgah— Howard Stephenson, Rt. 1, Box 294, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove— Alton Johnson, Rt. 3, Raleigh 27529 

Princeton — J. G. Brown, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569 

Sardis— William Godwin, Jr., Selma 27576 

Selma— John P. Hines, Rt., Selma 27576 

Sharon— M. B. MacLeod, 204 McCullers St., Smithfield 27577 



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Kenneth Thrasher, Box 481, Smithfield 27577 
Shiioh — 

Smithfield First— John Ryberg, Box 209, Smithfield 27577 

E. B. Simpson, Box 1336, Smithfield 27577 
Stevens Chapel— Leland House, Rt. 3, Box 110, Selma 27576 
Thanksgiving— S. C Woodard, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Trinity— Mrs. Bertha Parrish, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Mrs. Carl Peacock, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Watkins Chapel— Phil Parrish, Box 211, Wendell 27591 
White Oak— Jake Barnes, Rt. 1, Box 349, Wendell 27591 
Wilson's Mills— Braxton Wood, Powell St., Smithfield 27577 



DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 

CHURCH NAME AND ADDRES! 

Antioch — Erdene Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex, N. C. 27577 

Baptist Center— Mrs. Mary Chappell, Rt. 1, Box 58, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle— Miss Sharon O'Neal, Rt. 3, Wendell, N. C. 27591 

Benson — 

Benson Grove — 

Bethany — 

Bethesda— 

Beulah— 

Blackmon's Grove — 
Burnell — 
Calvary — 

Carter's Chapel— Miss Linda Brown, Rt. 2, Selma, N. C. 27576 
Cedar Grove — 

Clayton First— Mrs. Wilson Champion, 330 Stallings St., Clayton 27520 

Clydes Chapel— Miss Verna Phipps, Rt. 1, Box 198, Wendell 27591 

Corinth— Mrs. Wilbur Johnson, Rt. 1, Zebulon, N. C. 27597 

Crestwood — Mrs. Deborah Simmons, Rt. 3, Box 538B, Smithfield 27577 

Faith— Mrs. Ruth Howell, N. Webb St. Ext., Selma 27576 

Four Oaks— Mrs. Jack Colwell, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel— Miss Paula Tippett, Rt. 1, Zebulon, N. C. 27597 

Hephzibah — 

Hocutt Memorial — 

Hood's Grove — 

Kenly— 

Lee's Chapel— Debbie Bunn, Rt. 1, Middlesex, N. C. 27557 
Live Oak— Miss Amy Lock, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
Lyles Memorial — 
Micro — 

Middlesex — Mrs. Frances Lewis, Box 257, Middlesex 27557 
Newton Grove — 
Nobles Chapel- 
North Smithfield — 
Oliver's Grove — 

Parrish Memorial— Tony Medlin, Rt. 3, Selma, N. C. 27576 
Pauline — 

Pine Level— Mrs. Bill Watson, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
Pinkney — 

Pisgah— Mrs. Alton Whitley, Rt. 3, Box 107, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove— Miss Cheryl Montague, Rt. 1, Willow Springs, N. C. 27592 

Princeton — Miss Erma Lee Woodard, Box 267, Princeton 27569 

Sardis— 

Selma— Mrs. Va. Baker, 502 W. Richardson St., Selma 27576 

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Sharon— Edith Strickland, 111 Holding St., Smithfield 27577 
Shiloh — 

Smithfield First- 
Stevens Chapel— Mrs. Wayne Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma, N. C. 27576 
Thanksgiving — 

Trinity— Mrs. Carl D. Peacock, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
j Watkins Chapel — 
White Oak- 
Wilson's Mills— 



ORGANISTS 
(or Pianist if no Organist) 

CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS 

Antioch— Gail H. Brown, Rt. 2, Box 210, Selma, N. C. 27576 

Baptist Center— Mrs. Willa Standley, Rt. 1, Box 8, Clayton 27520 
I Baptist Tabernacle— Mrs. Kenneth Nowell, Rt. 3, Wendell, N. C. 27591 
1 Benson— Mrs. R. L. Smith, Box 218, Benson 27504 
' Benson Grove — Mrs. Martha Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Bethany— Carol Bickwell, Selma 27576 
I Bethesda— Jean Raines, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
; Beulah— Miss Flannie S. McLamb, Rt. 4, Benson 27504 
; Blackmon's Grove — Mrs. Ronald Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
j Burnell — Mrs. Sarah Nell Weaver 
I Calvary— Tersea Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn, N. C. 28334 

Carter's Chapel— Mrs. Donald W. Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma, N. C 27576 

Cedar Grove— Mrs. Melva Deans, Rt. 1, Sims, N. C. 27880 

Clayton First — Jim Elmore, 709 Magnolia Ave., Dunn 28334 

Clydes Chapel— Miss Verna Phipps, Rt. 1, Box 198, Wendell 27591 

Corinth— Miss Connie O'Neal, Rt. 1, Zebulon, N. C. 27597 

Crestwood— Mrs. Mary R. Whitley, Rt. 3, Holland Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Faith— Vernon Ricks, 1002 S. Pollock St., Selma 27576 

Four Oaks — Mrs. Caroline Price, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel— Mrs. Bill Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon, N. C. 27597 

Hephzibah— Mrs. Gearldine Reardon, Rt. 1, Box 153, Princeton 27569 

Hocutt Memorial— Mrs. Charlotte Wood, Rt. 2, Lot 37, Buffalo Rd., Garner, N. C. 27529 

Hood's Grove— Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2, Benson, N. C. 27504 

Kenly— Mrs. Ann Pittman, Rt. 1, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel— Elaine Lee, Rt. 1, Zebulon, N. C. 27597 

Live Oak— Mrs. Linda Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Lyles Memorial— Rosalee Price, 706 E. Parrish Dr., Clayton 27520 

Micro— Mrs. Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Middlesex— Mrs. Barbara N. Strickland, Box 57, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove— T. A. Williford, Box 128, Newton Grove 28366 

Nobles Chapel— Mrs. Evelyn Glover, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield— Miss Brenda Shipp, 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield 27577 

Oliver's Grove — Miss Lanie Tyner, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial— Mrs. Ray Woodard, Box 225, Micro, N. C. 27555 

Pauline — Mrs. Janice Gregory, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level— Mrs. C. F. Godwin, Pine Level 27568 

Pinkney— Miss Cathy Pittman, Rt. 2, Fremont, N. C. 27830 

Pisgah— Mrs. Mike Baker, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove— Mrs. Brant Johnson, Rt. 3, Benson, N. C. 27504 

Princeton — Mrs. Cecil Johnson, Box 335, Princeton 27569 

Sardis — Mrs. Connie Langston, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 



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Selma— Mrs. Melba Woodruff, 101 N. Green St., Selma 27576 
Sharon — Mrs. Carolyn Crocker, Rt. 2, Box 177, Selma 27576 
Shiloh— Mrs. Vernie Mae Adams, Rt. 1, Garner, N. C. 27529 
Smithfield First— Thad Hardee, 411 Woodall St., Smithfield 27577 
Stevens Chapel— J- V. Wellons, Jr., Rt. 2, Smithfield, N. C. 27577 
Thanksgiving— Mrs. Jeanette Price, Rt. 1, Selma, N. C. 27576 
Trinity — Mrs. Christopher Barefoot, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 
Watkins Chapel — Miss Teresa Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 
White Oak— Mrs. Glenn Moore, Rt. 2, Box 586, Clayton 27520 
Wilson's Mills— Steve Horton, Box 77, Wilson's Mills 27593 



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